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  • Energy Efficient

    The Home Depot offers an extensive selection of ENERGY STAR® qualified products, designed to save money and power.

  • Appliances

    ENERGY STAR® qualified appliances use significantly less power than conventional ones. They not only can help you save money on your utility bills but also help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Heating & Cooling

    ENERGY STAR® qualified heating and cooling units use significantly less power than conventional ones. These HVAC systems not only can help you save money on your utility bills but also help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Light Bulbs

    ENERGY STAR® qualified light bulbs, including CFLs and LEDs, use significantly less power than conventional ones. They not only can help you save money on your utility bills but also help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Low Emissivity Windows

    ENERGY STAR® qualified windows not only can save you money, but also help improve your comfort, cut drafts and reduce fading of interior furnishings.

  • Seal & Insulate

    Sealing leaks with caulk, spray foam, or weather stripping and adding correctly installed insulation will have a great impact on improving your comfort and reducing utility bills.

  • Tankless Water Heaters

    ENERGY STAR® qualified tankless water heaters use significantly less power than conventional ones. They not only can help you save money on your utility bills but also help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

ENERGY STAR® Products

The typical household spends more than $2,000 a year on energy bills. With ENERGY STAR®, you can over one-third, or more than $760 on your household energy bills.

EPA estimates that as of December 2013, ENERGY STAR products have helped families and businesses save more than $295 billion on utility bills and prevented more than 2.1 billion metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions over the past two decades.

What is your average monthly energy bill?

Heating and cooling costs the average homeowner about $1,000 per year – nearly half the home’s total annual energy bill. Depending on where you live, replacing your old heating and cooling equipment with energy efficient products can cut your annual energy bill by more than $200.

Take the Home Efficiency Audit

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Energy Star® Products Sold
Items
728,973,379
The number of applicable ENERGY STAR® certified products sold from 2006 through 2014 at all U.S. The Home Depot stores and online.
Electricity Saved in 2014
kWh
7,211,321,202
The amount of electricity saved in kilowatt hours (kWh) in 2014 based on the number of applicable ENERGY STAR® certified products sold.

*This number assumes that the products sold are replacing non ENERGY STAR® qualified products
Dollars Saved in 2014
USD
769,000,000
The amount of money saved in 2014 based on the amount of electricity saved from the number of applicable ENERGY STAR® certified products sold.
Homes Lit for One Year
Homes
4,722,171
The number of homes that the electricity saved could light for one year.

*This number assumes that the average home consumes 1,527 kWh a year for lighting.
The above numbers are based on averages and certain assumptions. Click on a ticker for details.

If you're going green, go to The Home Depot

For any home improvement project or “green need,” look to The Home Depot. We pride ourselves on being sustainability minded, and offer many different Eco Options products. Your home provides plenty of opportunities to be more energy efficient. You can save money and help the environment by upgrading to ENERGY STAR® qualified products such as kitchen appliances and water heaters to high efficiency light bulbs, insulation and windows.