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Home Energy Score

Home Energy Score as of July 21, 2024 is 249,267.Developed by DOE and its national laboratories, the Home Energy Score™ provides home owners, buyers, and renters directly comparable and credible information about a home’s energy use. Home Energy Score is like a miles-per-gallon rating for a vehicle. Using a 1 to 10 scale (least to most efficient), the Score estimates a home’s energy use and recommends ways to reduce the amount of energy needed to save energy, cut costs, and improve comfort.




Better Buildings News

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Better Buildings Initiative Saves $13.5 Billion in Energy Costs
DOE Announces $11 Billion in Energy Savings from Better Buildings Partners
DOE Celebrates Accomplishments of Better Buildings Partners in 2019 Progress Report

Newest Partners

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South Carolina Energy Office
Pearl Certification
City of Gainesville, FL

Home Energy Score News

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New Ann Arbor ordinance requires home sellers to disclose home energy score
Washington House passes bill requiring energy performance reports before home sales
This simple score can help you find an energy-efficient home