Energy-Efficient Products and Energy-Saving Technologies
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Energy-Efficient Product Procurement
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.
Federal Buyers and Specifiers
Manufacturers and Vendors
Learn about solid-state lighting solutions and commercially available technologies with high energy- and cost-savings potential.
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 describes federal purchasing requirements, and a best practices guide helps buyers incorporate efficiency requirements into solicitations.
Fact sheet shows manufacturers and vendors how to increase sales potential by helping federal purchasers meet their 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.
Document provides a chronological history of the legislative actions and executive orders for federal energy-efficient product procurement.
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