Making your home more energy efficient with ENERGY STAR can help to reduce high energy bills, improve comfort and help to protect the environment. Improving energy efficiency is also an important first step for homeowners interested in green remodeling. ENERGY STAR can guide you in making your home more efficient — whether you do-it-yourself or hire a qualified professional. Click here for more.
The Energy and Environmental Ratings Alliance (EERA) is a Home Energy Ratings Provider organization accredited by the RESNET Mortgage Industry Home Energy Rating System Accreditation Committee, a nationally recognized accrediting body. EERA empowers Home Energy Raters to offer a full range of home diagnostic services to their clients, and provides Raters professional development and continuous training options. Click here for more.
The Residential Energy Services Network's (RESNET®) mission is to ensure the success of the building energy performance certification industry, set the standards of quality, and increase the opportunity for ownership of high performance buildings. RESNET is a membership 501-C-3 non profit organization.
RESNET’s standards are officially recognized by the U.S. mortgage industry for capitalizing a building’s energy performance in the mortgage loan, certification of “White Tags” for private financial investors, and by the federal government for verification of building energy performance for such programs as federal tax incentives, the Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR program and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Building America Program. Click here for more.
Home Energy Science is a Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Energy Rater. Contact us if you work for Habitat for Humanity and need an ENERGY STAR certification.