Many helpful resources about energy-efficient product procurement are available.
- Energy-Efficient Product Procurement for Federal Agencies
- Covered Product Categories
- Buy Energy-Efficient Products
- Sell Energy-Efficient Products
- Chronological History of Federal Energy-Efficient Product Procurement: Executive, Legislative and Regulatory Requirements, Actions and Mandates
Energy-Efficient Product Procurement: Introductory Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) First Thursday Seminar details executive order and Federal Acquisition Regulation requirements for purchasing FEMP-designated and ENERGY STAR products.
Energy-Efficient Federal Purchasing: Intermediate FEMP eTraining course offers hands-on learning about finding, specifying, and selecting energy-efficient products.
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Sample Contract Language
Information Technology Products: Sample language Federal agencies can use in contracts specifying or purchasing energy-efficient information-technology products.
Construction Products: Sample language Federal agencies can use in contracts specifying or purchasing energy-efficient construction products.
Federal Product Supply Sources and Information
GSA Advantage!: Online shopping and ordering system that provides access to thousands of contractors and millions of products and services.
ENERGY STAR Purchase Energy-Saving Products: Website encourages corporations, institutions, and governments to procure ENERGY STAR-qualified and FEMP-designated products.
ENERGY STAR Product Purchasing and Computer Power Management for Federal Agencies: Website offers information about Federal requirements and resources surrounding energy-efficient products and power management.
DOD EMALL: Online resource for purchasers to find and acquire off-the-shelf, finished goods and services from the commercial marketplace and government sources. (Note: Access to Defense Logistics Agency websites requires enhanced security measures; civilian Federal agencies may have difficulty accessing these sites.)
Applications and Software
Compliance Certification Management System: Searchable database allows users to find product models with specific energy-efficiency levels based on manufacturer-submitted certification reports and compliance statements for covered products and equipment subject to Federal conservation standards.
Rooftop Unit Comparison Calculator: Online tool determines cost-effectiveness of an air conditioner (new installation or replacement) project.
MotorMaster+: Software helps determine the cost-effectiveness of motor replacement projects.
Building Life Cycle Cost Programs: Software analyzes the cost-effectiveness of Federal energy and water conservation projects funded by agencies or financed through energy savings performance contracts or utility energy services contracts.
Commercial Buildings Resource Database: Website provides guides, case studies, webinars, software, tools, and other resources to help improve building energy efficiency.
Commit to Efficiency Campaign
FEMP provides resources and support for Federal government buyers and specifiers that pledge their commitment to energy efficiency. Learn more about the Commit to Efficiency campaign. Download the Commit to Efficiency Resource Kit.
For more information about energy-efficient product procurement, contact:
Federal Energy Management Program
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory