The Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) Healthy Buildings initiative supports the identification of energy efficiency and indoor environmental quality (IEQ) upgrades to improve business cases by leveraging savings from productivity gains and reductions in utility expenditures.

Energy efficiency and occupant health have often been seen as competing priorities. However, there are many modern building system and operational solutions that can both reduce energy consumption and improve occupant health. Holistic building planning is a cornerstone for expanding sustainable infrastructure that supports occupant well-being.

Healthy Buildings Toolkit
Provides customized estimates for the financial savings and non-monetary benefits related to improving IEQ and occupant productivity.
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Healthy Buildings Resources
Lists resources for achieving healthy buildings, including presentations, documents, and training.
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Healthy Buildings Pilot Study Reports
Provides real-world examples to help interested parties understand the value and application of healthy building analysis and tools.
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Case Studies
Browse case studies of successful federal projects.
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