EPA Updates Energy Star Scoring Standards

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) updated its Energy Star scoring and standards, including creating a score range of one to 100. “The score represents a percentile ranking. According to Jean Lupinacci, chief of the Energy Star Commercial and Industrial Branch at the EPA, a 50 score is the median.” A building that scores less than 50 could be a good candidate for energy-efficiency innovation programs, while a score of 75 or higher could indicate Energy Star certification eligibility.

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