- Can I alter the unit shipment data collection forms?
- Can I report an estimation of the number of units shipped?
- Can I report data by model number?
- Can I report data in fractions of units?
- Do I have to report shipments for products that were only certified for part of the calendar year?
- How can I obtain a copy of the ENERGY STAR unit shipment data collection form?
- How do I submit data if I am affiliated with a trade association?
- How should I report shipments to unaffiliated, private labelers?
- How should subsidiaries and parent companies submit data?
- If I am a roof products partner, should I report data for coatings and spray polyurethane foam (SPF) in gallons or square feet?
- Should I submit data for ENERGY STAR certified products that were shipped or sold in the year for which data are being collected?
- What happens if I do not submit data by March 1?
- What if I am an international company and ship ENERGY STAR certified products to or between countries outside of the United States?
- What if I did not ship any ENERGY STAR certified units in the year for which data are being collected?
- What is ICF International's role in this collection effort and what happens to the data I submit to ICF?
- When is the unit shipment data due to EPA?
- Where do I send my completed unit shipment data collection form?
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Improving your home's energy efficiency with ENERGY STAR can help to lower high energy bills, improve comfort and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Learn about the many ways to save in your home and track your progress with "My ENERGY STAR" - your new dashboard to savings.
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