The building engineers in an organization are the unsung heroes of energy efficiency, who work daily to maintain the high performance of buildings, so they deliver cost savings and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Developed and shared by Kilroy Realty, these template "baseball cards" are one great way to recognize and highlight the outstanding achievements of your energy all-stars.
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 this PowerPoint template to create the perfect presentation for all your stakeholders in EPA's 2015 ENERGY STAR National Building Competition. Add your personal touch by including pictures and descriptions of your competing buildings, or even background on your team and mission!
Use this blast email template to create a customized message to send to your building tenants, colleagues, or stakeholders to let them know about EPA's 2015 ENERGY STAR National Building Competition and how they can help.
Fill out this spreadsheet if you are planning to compete in EPA's 2015 ENERGY STAR National Building Competition as part of a team. You'll need to submit a team name, contact information for the team lead, and the Portfolio Manager building ID number for each participating building.
In 2014, EPA hosted the ENERGY STAR® National Building Competition: Battle of the Buildings, but with a twist. For the first time, teams competed to slim their energy and water “wastelines.” More than 100 teams and 5,500 buildings across the nation competed to become the nation’s biggest loser. Altogether, competitors saved a combined total of more than 2 billion kBtus of energy, more than 250 million gallons of water, and an estimated $50 million on utility bills. And more than 100 buildings demonstrated energy or water use savings of 20 percent or greater.