Traveling this summer? Check Into an ENERGY STAR Labeled Hotel

Thursday, May 27, 2010

The EPA is encouraging travelers to bring their green on the road this summer, and choosing hotels that have earned EPA’s ENERGY STAR is a great place to start. ENERGY STAR labeled hotels are independently verified to meet strict energy efficiency performance levels set by EPA. Hotels that have earned the ENERGY STAR perform in the top 25% of hotels nationwide, use at least 35% less energy and emit at least 35% less greenhouse gas emissions than their peers - making an environmentally-friendly lodging choice a snap when planning a summer vacation.

EPA Press Release

Hotels that have earned the ENERGY STAR

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