Friday, April 1, 2016

EPA Lists Cities with the Most ENERGY STAR Certified Buildings

Where does your city rank?

2016 RankMetro area & link to list of certified buildingsBuilding countTotal floor area (million sq ft)Cost savings (million $)Equivalent homes' electricity use for 1 year
1Washington, DC686154$17991,000
2Los Angeles527115$17746,000
3San Francisco35585$15539,000
4Atlanta31171$6052,000
5New York303144$18668,000
6Chicago281133$101115,000
7Dallas-Fort Worth24967$4643,000
8Houston23191$7467,000
9Denver21547$5258,000
10Phoenix19029$3224,000
11Boston15750$7524,000
12Philadelphia15640$3324,000
13Minneapolis-St. Paul13141$5647,000
14Seattle12228$2516,000
15San Diego12018$716,900
16Riverside11811$173,800
17San Jose11413$226,800
18Miami10422$2218,000
19Sacramento10313$216,800
20Portland7410$8.105,000
21Charlotte7113$108,500
22Honolulu, Hawaii699.6$237,800
23Virginia Beach635.9$3.702,800
24Indianapolis577.9$5.805,200
25Austin5510$118,400
25Louisville555.8$43,700

See the EPA / ENERGY STAR list for more information.

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