Energy-Efficient Homes Across the U.S.

Green Building

When people hear Energy Star, they typically think of household appliances, but did you know that commercial buildings and homes can be Energy Star certified? This certification was created by the EPA to provide a standard measure of energy efficiency, and buildings are tested and inspected to ensure requirements are met. Check out the 2019 report to see where new single-family homes built with Energy Star certification are located and the impact these homes have on the environment and energy-cost savings.

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