ENERGY STAR projects permitted on or after January 1, 2016
To earn the ENERGY STAR® label, new single-family and multifamily homes must be built to ENERGY STAR guidelines found on the ENERGY STAR Certified Homes Northwest landing page.
Check with local utilities for incentive opportunities for single-family or multifamily homes. For a single-family ENERGY STAR home to qualify for incentives, the Rater must: certify the home according to national guidelines; generate a Northwest Compliance Report as described in the archived Northwest Program Requirements for Single-Family Homes consistent with the Northwest REM/Rate Modeling Guidelines; and enter the home in the Axis database. For multifamily homes to quality for incentives, the Rater must: certify the homes according to one of the Northwest Multifamily Builder Option Packages (BOPS), NW MF BOP 1 or NW MF BOP 2; and enter the units in the Axis database.
All ENERGY STAR single-family and multifamily homes qualifying for utility incentives via the single-family Northwest Compliance Report or the multifamily BOPs, and entered into Axis, must be completed and certified by September 30, 2016.
The Axis database may be used to enter, report and manage national non-incentivized ENERGY STAR certified homes. Please check with your Northwest RESNET Provider for more information.
ENERGY STAR projects permitted prior to January 1, 2016
Follow the archived Northwest Program Requirements for Single-Family Homes and Northwest REM/Rate Modeling Guidelines or the Northwest Multifamily BOPs, NW MF BOP 1 or NW MF BOP 2. All projects permitted prior to January 1, 2016 and using Northwest ENERGY STAR Homes specifications must be entered and certified in the Axis database by September 30, 2016.
If you have questions, please consult the FAQ and Northwest Directory. The Northwest Directory contains contact information for the national ENERGY STAR Certified Homes program, RESNET, H-QUITOs and other voluntary green building certification programs in the Northwest.
Many of the resources listed below are specific to the Northwest and may not be applicable to the national ENERGY STAR Certified Homes program.
|Mini-Split Technology in New Construction||Poster highlighting the benefits and considerations for four highly efficient heating and cooling strategies for advanced performance homes.||07/02/2015||Download|
|Phase III Rater Agreement||Rater Agreement for NEEA's Efficient Homes Pilot - Phase III.||07/02/2015||Download|
|Rater Newsletter - Q2, 2015||06/30/2015||View|
|Axis Update_June 30, 2015||As the Northwest ENERGY STAR® Homes program continues its transition, we have a few Axis reminders and updates to share.||06/30/2015||Download|
|Pilot Program Video||
View this video to learn more about the benefits of a super-efficient home.
|Phase III Homeowner Agreement||Homeowner Agreement for NEEA's Efficient Home Pilot Program - Phase III.||06/16/2015||Download|
|Phase III Qualified HRV List||Qualified HRV List for NEEA's Efficient Home Pilot - Phase III.||06/16/2015||Download|
|Phase III Builder Agreement||Builder Agreement for NEEA's Efficient Homes Pilot - Phase III.||06/16/2015||Download|
|What To Expect From ENERGY STAR Revision 8||This slide deck outlines the recent changes to ENERGY STAR under Revision 8.||06/02/2015||Download|
|Performance Test Sticker||
This sticker is meant to be printed on Avery label 5168.