Feb 28, 2023

Webinar: ENERGY STAR | How to Report Unit Shipment Data

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Tuesday, February 28, 2023

12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Eastern


Registration open exclusively to FGIA and WDMA members


EPA is updating their ENERGY STAR Residential Window, Door and Skylight unit shipment data collection process for ENERGY STAR products shipped in 2023. They recently sent an announcement providing details on what information they intend to collect. It will be the responsibility of every ENERGY STAR Residential Window, Door and Skylight partner to submit the requested 2023 shipment data by March 1, 2024.


In addition, FGIA and WDMA are partnering to anonymously aggregate shipping data from our member companies and provide it to EPA in order to satisfy your reporting requirements.


As a member of one of our associations, we would like to provide additional information on how you can prepare now to track the necessary shipment data in order to comply with the ENERGY STAR reporting requirements. A one-hour webinar has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 28 at 12:30 p.m. Eastern to provide details related to the data collection requirements. Doug Anderson from the EPA’s ENERGY STAR program will be present and will respond to questions. Registration is open exclusively to FGIA and WDMA members.


Questions to be addressed during the webinar:

  • How should your data collection system be set up?
  • What data is EPA looking to gather?
  • Do we have to report total units shipped in addition to ENERGY STAR shipments?
  • How does EPA define windows, doors and skylights?
  • What counts as a “unit shipped” according to EPA?
  • How are Version 6.0 vs. 7.0 products counted?
  • What determines if a product can be counted as ENERGY STAR?
  • How can you avoid double counting?

Subject Matter Expert: Doug Anderson

Doug Anderson is a project manager and program analyst for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Climate Protection Partnership Division in the ENERGY STAR Residential Branch, which researches, identifies and promotes cost effective ways to make new and existing homes more energy efficient, safe, and healthy. Doug manages the ENERGY STAR Residential Window, Door, and Skylight Program, the ENERGY STAR Most Efficient Program for residential windows, and the “Seal and Insulate with ENERGY STAR” Program.