Recognition

This document is used for industrial sites registering to take the ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry.

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Use this form to document the energy intensity reduction of an industrial site that is participating in the ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry. A completed Statement of Energy Improvement that has been verified and stamped by a Professional Engineer must be submitted to the ENERGY STAR program in order for the site to receive recognition for energy intensity reductions. Industrial sites who sign up for EPA's ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry commit to improve their energy efficiency by 10% within five years.

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This document provides guidance for eligible industry-specific manufacuring sites on how to apply for ENERGY STAR plant certification.

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This document provides guidance for Professional Engineers on the validation process of the ENERGY STAR plant certification Statement of Energy Performance.

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Teams from buildings across the nation compete in EPA’s ENERGY STAR National Building Competition to determine which building can reduce its energy use the most over the course of one year. Read about this year's competition and meet the competitors here.

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This wrap-up report takes a look at EPA's first-ever National Building Competition. Learn how 14 contestants were able to collectively reduce energy consumption by more than 44 million kBtu a year, save more than $950,000, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions equal to the annual electricity use of nearly 600 homes. A University of North Carolina residence hall took home first place. Filled with photos, tips, and ideas, this easy-to-read report will get your creative juices flowing.

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This wrap-up report takes a look at ENERGY STAR's second annual National Building Competition. In the 2011 competition, 245 contestants saved a combined total of more than 240 million kBtus of energy and $5.2 million on their annual utility bills, and prevented greenhouse gas emissions equal to the electricity used by more than 3,600 homes a year. University of Central Florida, Parking Garage C took home first place in 2011. Filled with photos, tips, and ideas, this easy-to-read report will get your creative juices flowing.

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In 2012, more than 3,000 buildings across the United States participated in the ENERGY STAR National Building Competition and worked off their waste through energy-saving improvements. The results over one year were impressive! View this list to see all competitors, along with their midpoint and final energy, cost, and GHG savings.

In 2012, EPA hosted its third season of the ENERGY STAR National Building Competition to see which U.S building could cut its energy use the most. More than 3,000 buildings from all 50 states, two U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia battled the scale and each other. This easy-to-read 27-page report gives details about the competition and shows what steps many of the "biggest energy losers" took to cut their energy use.

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If your organization is applying for recognition as an ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year in the Energy Management category, you’re required to complete and submit this 2-page assessment matrix as part of your application. Learn more about the ENERGY STAR Awards.

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