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Energy Efficient Technologies and Products
Energy Star (EPA)
A joint program of U.S. EPA and U. S. Department of Energy to protect the environment through energy efficient products (that receive an Energy Star Rating) and practices; the energy performance rating system has been used on more than 62,000 buildings across the country)

California Public Utility Commission (CPUC)
Energy efficient technologies for lighting, building envelope design and HVAC

Wisconsin Public Service
Provides equipment buying advice to better manage energy costs; covers the building shell, HVAC, lighting, motors, office equipment, refrigeration and water heating

Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE)
Initiatives for commercial building performance, HVAC, lighting and data centers

Lighting - useful articles on lighting systems to save energy

Washington State University Extension Energy Program and Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance - Energy efficient technologies characterized by business type

Renewable Energy - Energy technology fact sheets provided by the United Nations Environment Programme –Division of Environment, Industry and Economics

 
 
 
 
 
 
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