Looking for the ‘best of the best’ energy performers?
Select product list reviewed and updated annually
The ENERGY STAR Most Efficient designation recognizes the most efficient products among those that qualify for ENERGY STAR® in the current calendar year. These exceptional products represent the leading edge in energy-efficient products.
Each year, ENERGY STAR sets or reviews Most Efficient criteria for specific product categories.
If you’re interested in buying a Most Efficient designated product, look through the product listing below.
Manufacturers who have products that meet the Most Efficient recognition criteria can apply for designation with the appropriate certification. Look below by product to see the recognition criteria for this calendar year and, when available, the coming year.
ENERGY STAR Most Efficient 2016
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Air conditioners and heat pumps
Product listing for central air conditioners and air source heat pumps
Recognition criteria for central air conditioners and air source heat pumps—2016
Recognition criteria for ductless split air conditioners and air source heat pumps— 2016
Geothermal heat pumps
Computer displays (monitors)
Product listing for computer displays under 20 inches (50.8 cm)
Product listing for computer displays 20 to 23 inches (50.8 to 58.4cm)
Product listing for computer displays larger than 23 inches (58.4 cm)
Recognition criteria for computer displays—2016
Boilers and Gas furnaces
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