FEMP Final Rule, 13 March 2009. This final rule covering the Federal procurement of energy-efficient products updates 10 CFR 436.
EISA 2007 requires Federal agencies to:
- minimize standby energy use in purchases of energy-using equipment and to buy products with one watt or less of standby power when possible
- focus on ENERGY STAR®-qualified and FEMP-designated products
EPAct 05, Section 104 states that agencies should select, where life-cycle cost-effective, ENERGY STAR and other energy efficient products when acquiring energy using products.
- ENERGY STAR — the symbol for energy efficiency (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) — ENERGY STAR labeled products use less energy than other products, save money on utility bills, and help protect the environment.
Procurement of ENERGY STAR Products
- Buying Energy Efficient Products — Federal Energy Management Program — Recommended efficiency levels, Federal supply sources, cost-effectiveness examples, and other buyer aids for commonly purchased products.
- The Defense Logistics Agency and the General Services Administration are sources of lighting products for the Federal sector. These web-based catalogues offer a wide variety of efficient lighting products (lamps, bulbs, ballasts, and fixtures). In addition DLA provides weapon system lighting products for all of its DOD customers.
- Technical Documents
- Policy/Program Issues Q&A
- Energy Tools
- Site Map
- Public Works Digest
- PDF file
- Word® file
- Excel® file
- PowerPoint® file
- Compressed (zip) file
- Video file
- Email address
- Secure file - behind AKO
- External Link