Published on May 2nd, 2013 | by mredford2
Top US Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Certified Buildings in 2012
An ENERGY STAR certified building meets strict energy performance standards set by EPA and uses less energy, is less expensive to operate, and produces fewer greenhouse gas emissions than its peers. Which US cities perform best in terms of number of certified buildings and annual cost savings?
Top 25 US Cities
- Los Angeles maintains top position
- New York has the highest annual cost savings
Circle size represents annual cost savings ($) as a result of having the ENERGY STAR certified buildings.
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This post was prepared by Dearnleys.
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