· Increasing its portfolio-wide average ENERGY STAR score 8 points over its 2010 score.
· Reducing its average annual source energy intensity by 26.6 kBtu per square foot, while increasing the size of its portfolio by nearly 41,800 square feet.
· Earning the ENERGY STAR for the NYP/Weill Cornell Medical Center's flagship building, which has realized utility cost savings of more than $4.7 million since 2009 through the use of an energy-efficient 7.5-megawatt cogeneration system.
· Achieving $2.8 million in energy cost savings without substantial capital investment by sub-metering and monitoring the energy use of its chiller plant and district cooling systems, and optimizing their operation based on energy trends.
· Recruiting more than 200 "Green Champions" to encourage environmentally friendly practices throughout the organization, including best practices from EPA's Bring Your Green to Work initiative.
· Educating employees, patients, and the general public about energy efficiency and its ENERGY STAR partnership through its website, onsite Earth Day events, energy fairs, speaking opportunities, and interviews.