For Professionals

Resources for building energy efficiency, indoor air quality, and technology transfer from the lab to the marketplace.

For Professionals

These web-based tools and publications can help you reduce the energy use, increase comfort and reduce the energy bill of residential and commercial buildings; improve the air quality of interior spaces; and procure green power and energy-efficient products.


Best Practices, Tools, and Other Resources for Laboratories, Cleanrooms and Data Centers

High-Performance Buildings for High-Tech Industries

Labs21 Toolkit

Designing energy-efficient laboratory buildings


Energy Efficiency Tools: Commercial

Commercial Buildings Research and Development


Energy Efficiency Tools: Residential

The Home Energy Saver

A Do-It Yourself Home Energy Saver


Indoor Air Quality Tools: Residential

Learn how a new technology can help save energy and reduce your bill by remotely sealing your home's ducts.

  • Aeroseal (Commercial licensee of an ETA-developed technology)

The High Radon Project

Estimate the radon exposure risk in your home.


Other Sites

Energy-Efficient Government Purchasing

Guidance to purchasing professionals on buying the most energy-efficient products on the market.


Find ENERGY STAR® labeled products.

Home Energy Magazine

Magazine of cutting-edge practices for building and retrofitting houses energy- and water-efficiently.


Technology Licensing

U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Innovation Portal

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's Innovation and Partnerships Office



Windows and Daylighting Group

ETA's Windows and Daylighting Group, in cooperation with industrial and research partners, has developed information about selecting energy-efficient windows, designing buildings with increased daylight to reduce energy use, and labeling the energy efficiency of windows. See

Commercial Tools