The ENERGY STAR Low Carbon IT Campaign recognizes organizations for their efforts in reducing energy consumed by their information technology equipment. Here you'll find resources to reduce your IT energy costs, including a guide for utilities designing energy-efficient data centers, energy-saving tips for data centers, and guides to choosing energy-efficient IT equipment.
In 2015, EPA hosted the ENERGY STAR National Building Competition: Battle of the Buildings, but with a twist. For the second time, teams competed to slim their energy and water “wastelines.” More than 125 teams and 6,500 buildings across the nation competed to become the nation’s biggest loser. The team that took home the gold for energy savings was the Texas A&M – ESCO Project team, which improved energy efficiency by 35.5 percent and saved an estimated $548,900 over the course of the competition!
Use these instructions to guide you through submitting property details to register for the 2016 EPA National Building Competition. This document contains data requests links to register for energy savings recognition, or energy and water savings recognition.
This year’s Battle of the Buildings is a chance for organizations across the country to transform their buildings into lean, green, energy-saving machines in just 90 days—with the ENERGY STAR® National Building Competition: BOOTCAMP!