Atlanta Ranks #3 on Energy Star Certified Buildings List

Urjanet Inc  |  July 7, 2014  |  Energy & Sustainability  |  Urjanet News  

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced the top U.S. cities for Energy Star Certified Buildings . For 2014, Atlanta ranks #3 on the list which includes a total savings of more than $1.4 billion in energy costs and 7.3 million metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions. Almost 7,000 buildings earned the EPA’s Energy Star certification, and here are the top 25 Energy Star cities for 2014 based on the number of Energy Star certified buildings.

 

1. Los Angeles – 443
2. Washington D.C. – 435
3. Atlanta – 318
4. New York – 303
5. San Francisco – 289
6. Chicago – 233
7. Dallas – Fort Worth – 229
8. Denver – 221
9. Philadelphia – 210
10. Houston – 204
11. Charlotte – 176
12. Phoenix – 156
13. Boston – 141
14. Seattle – 127
15. San Diego – 123
16. Minneapolis – St. Paul – 116
17. Sacramento – 109
18. Miami – 101
19. Cincinnati – 84
20. San Jose – 83
21. Columbus, Ohio – 77
22. Riverside, Calif. – 75
23. Detroit – 73
24. Portland, Ore. – 71
25. Louisville – 60

Urjanet’s proud to be headquartered in Atlanta! For more information on sustainability in Atlanta, check out our article, A Path to 100% Clean Energy for the City of Atlanta. If you’d like to learn how Urjanet can help your business leverage utility data for sustainability, download our Solutions Sheet: Utility Data for Sustainability – or contact us today.

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