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EPA’s ENERGY STAR® program invites your organization to host your own competition to save energy and water.

Learn from past winners

Need proof that competitions can be a great way to engage building occupants, cut operating costs, and save energy? Download the reports and graphics below to see results from EPA’s ENERGY STAR National Building Competition, as well as best practices and advice from the winners.

2016 Winner - Boeing Renton 10-18/20

Boeing-Renton 10-18/20
Reduced energy use by: 26%
Est. cost savings: $200,000
Greenhouse gas emissions prevented: 634 metric tons
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Texas A&M 2015 Team Winner

Texas A&M – ESCO Project team
Reduced energy use by: 35.5%
Est. cost savings: $548,900
Greenhouse gas emissions prevented: 1,726 metric tons
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Woodville 2015 Building Winner

Woodville Chapel
Reduced energy use by: 89.4%
Est. cost savings: $100
Greenhouse gas emissions prevented: 1
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2014 Winner Going Blue for Woodville

Going Blue for Woodville
Reduced energy use by: 24.8%
Est. cost savings: $2,004
Greenhouse gas emissions prevented: 17 metric tons
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2013 Winner Claiborne Elementary School

Claiborne Elementary School
Reduced energy use by: 45.9%
Est. cost savings: $294,300
Greenhouse gas emissions prevented: 490 metric tons
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2011 Winner University of Florida

University of Florida, Parking Garage C
Reduced energy use by: 62.7%
Cost savings: $34,907
Greenhouse gas emissions prevented: 258 metric tons
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2014 Winner Woodville Chapel

Woodville Chapel 
Reduced energy use by: 68.4%
Est. cost savings: $236
Greenhouse gas emissions prevented: 2 metric tons
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2012 Winner Demarest Elementary School

Demarest Elementary School
Reduced energy use by: 52%
Est. cost savings: $75,900
Greenhouse gas emissions prevented: 267 metric tons
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2010 Winner Morrison Hall

Morrison Hall, UNC at Chapel Hill
Reduced energy use by: 35.7%
Energy saved: 11.7 million kBTU
Greenhouse gas emissions prevented: 733 metric tons
Download the 2010 report