Who else is partnered with ENERGY STAR?

ENERGY STAR partners are a diverse group. They range in size, from huge, multinational corporations to small, local congregations. They represent all different sectors, from retail to local government to healthcare. And they encompass all different types of buildings, from downtown office buildings to rural fire stations to baseball stadiums.

But they have one thing in common … a dedication to saving money and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by using energy more efficiently.

Everyone else is saving with ENERGY STAR.

Look around you. Chances are you’ve seen an ENERGY STAR partner in action and not even realized it. Below are just a few of the leading organizations that are achieving real, sustainable results with ENERGY STAR. Not to mention the thousands of K-12 school districts, congregations, and small businesses that are making a difference in their neighborhoods.

Food Lion logo85% of entire chain is ENERGY STAR certified

Target logoSet a goal of earning the ENERGY STAR for 75% of its buildings by 2016

jcpenney logoAverage ENERGY STAR score of 72 in 2012   

USAA logoReduced energy use more than 40% since 2000
CBRE logoAverage ENERGY STAR score of 79 in 2012Kmart logoMore than 700 stores certified as ENERGY STARCleveland Clinic logoHeld a month-long campaign to save energy with ENERGY STARJones Lang LaSalle logoBenchmarked nearly all 1,200 properties in ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager
Hines logo75% of benchmarked Hines-managed buildings have qualified for the ENERGY STAR

HEI Hotels and Resorts logoMore than 30% energy reduction since 2005

    

Verizon Wireless logoBenchmarked 100% of its retail facilities in Portfolio Manager

Sears Holdings Corporation logoPromoted ENERGY STAR through www.sears.com/green  and www.kmart.com/green
Staples logoEarned ENERGY STAR certification for more than 500 facilitiesNew York-Presbyterian Hospital logoIncreased its average ENERGY STAR score by 12 points over 2010TIAA-CREF logoAchieved its 2012 goal of a 15% portfolio-wide energy reduction

Transwestern logoAverage ENERGY STAR score of 81 in 2012