Leading organizations choose ENERGY STAR

Facebook's data center achieved Designed to Earn the ENERGY STARMore than 5,000 organizations work with ENERGY STAR to improve their buildings’ energy performance. This includes 35 percent of the Fortune 500®, major league sports teams, colleges and universities, small businesses, and entire cities and towns.

In addition to earning the ENERGY STAR for their existing buildings, many of these organizations are also earning recognition for designing new buildings to earn the ENERGY STAR. Below are just a few examples:

FacebookData center, Prineville, Ore.

Sheehan Partners, Ltd.

TargetTarget Store, Brookfield, Wis.RSP Architects
U.S. Air ForceDB UAS 432D Wing HeadquartersRBA Architecture
HinesExpedia TowerLMN Architects
Kohl's Department StoresKohl's Department Store, Cedar Rapids, IowaRichard L. Bowen + Associates
U.S. Marine CorpsWallace Creek Bachelor Enlisted Quarters, Camp LejeuneClark Nexsen
NASA Jet Propulsion LaboratoryFlight Project Center, Pasadena, Calif.LPA
Princeton UniversityHigh performance Computing Research CenterGensler
KrogerKroger store, Franklin, Tenn.Robertson Loia Roof, P.C.
Fidelity InvestmentsFidelity Investments officeHKS
NordstromNordstrom, Corte Madera, Calif.Callison Architects, PC
StaplesStaples, Indianapolis, Ind.Harold Sark & Assoc., Inc.
University of MichiganArt & Architecture Building additionMiller|Hull Partnership
JCPenneyJCPenney store, Richmond, Va.Little
U.S. Department of EnergyNational Renewable Energy LaboratoryRNL

See the full list of projects that have been Designed to Earn the ENERGY STAR.