Nearly Half of ENERGY STAR Leaders Meet President's 20% Energy Efficiency Improvement Goal

New findings by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reveal that nearly half of the more than 200 organizations that have earned recognition as ENERGY STAR Leaders have improved the energy efficiency of their entire building portfolios by 20% or more. Last year, President Obama announced a nationwide call to action to make commercial buildings 20% more energy efficient by 2020.


Gofts that Keep on Giving and Energy Saving Action for the Holiday Season

EPA’s ENERGY STAR is offering simple holiday gift ideas to help friends and family give back to the environment this season and throughout the new year. ENERGY STAR, Design for the Environment, and WaterSense labels can be found on thousands of p…


EPA and Canada Team Up to Drive Energy Savings in Commercial Buildings

EPA and Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) have signed an agreement that will create a common platform for measuring and assessing the energy performance of commercial buildings in both countries. The new agreement will harmonize the approach of the two …


Leading National Home Builders Commit to EPA's Aggressive New Requirements

EPA is recognizing the leading builders across the nation who have committed to building homes that will meet the new and more rigorous ENERGY STAR requirements for qualified homes in 2012. By building the next generation of ENERGY STAR qualified…


EPA Updates ENERGY STAR Tool to Support Greater Energy Effiency in Hospitals

Healthcare organizations spend $7.4 billion in energy costs each year. To improve energy efficiency, thousands of hospitals rely on the EPA’s ENERGY STAR tools to help track consumption and prioritize facilities for energy upgrades. Today, EPA re…


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