Energy-Efficient Products and Energy-Saving Technologies
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The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) provides information about energy-efficient products and energy-saving technologies that can help agencies meet federal energy-efficient product purchasing requirements.
Five legal authorities require agencies to procure energy-efficient products. By procuring and properly installing energy- and water-efficient products, agencies can meet their federal efficiency program requirements, reduce energy and water consumption, and save money.
Low Standby Power
Acquisition guidance to help agencies identify low standby power products that meet federal purchasing requirements.
Describes guidance on required procurement contract language for federal agency purchases of energy-consuming products.
Federal Buyers and Specifiers
Manufacturers and Vendors
Website provides information on efficient, healthy buildings and environmentally responsible purchasing.
Features a regularly-updated database of manufacturer-supplied standby power data for desktop, thin client, and workstation computers.
Website provides a list of EV chargers and compares features, savings, and more to optimize your purchase.
Presentation from the 2019 Federal Environmental Symposium provides training on writing effective contracts for acquiring energy-efficient products.
Presentation from the 2019 Federal Environmental Symposium describes findings from a federal solicitations review and procurement survey.
Presentation from the 2019 Federal Environmental Symposium describes the ISO 14001/50001 link and DOE’s 50001 Ready Navigator.
Article provides an overview of FEMP’s lighting efficiency program and documents FEMP’s methodology for developing energy efficiency requirements.
Presentation describes federal procurement of energy-efficient products and FEMP’s federal procurement community survey effort.
Fact sheet provides an overview of energy-efficient product purchasing requirements for federal employees and contractors.
Fact sheet shows vendors how to increase sales potential by helping federal purchasers meet energy-efficient product purchasing requirements.
Tables provide minimum efficiency and performance requirements for HVAC and water heating products.
Document provides sample contract language for including energy-efficient products in federal construction projects.
Document matches UNSPSCs and ENACs to FEMP-designated and ENERGY STAR-qualified product categories, to aid acquisition tracking and reporting.
Fact sheet describes the Technology Performance Exchange (TPEx) website and its product-specific energy performance data.
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