Energy Star rating

Energy Star rating

The label given by the EPA and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to appliances and products that exceed federal energy efficiency standards.
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The resulting ENERGY STAR rating reflects performance compared to similar buildings--in other words, buildings compete in their own division.
Mescher's success is also verified by ENERGY STAR rating, with almost all of his projects rating above 90 and many of them without the benefit of building lighting or envelope upgrades.
Jones Lang LaSalle announced that three of the office buildings it manages in New York have earned the Energy Star rating.
Karen Penafiel, vice president of Advocacy at BOMA International, noted that a reduction of energy and water usage of 30% against an energy star rating of 50 could produce savings between $1.80 and $2.25 per square foot by reducing the cost of water, electricity and building envelope.
The energy star rating is a National House Energy Rating System, called NatHERS.
The higher the energy star rating, the lower is the requirement for artificial heating and cooling to maintain occupant thermal comfort.
The NABERS Energy star rating must appear on all forms of advertising material for the building.
As a result the import and sale of AC units (split and window) that do not carry Energy Star rating labels was banned with effect from July 1.
It features a vegetated roof, uses advanced metering equipment, and has an ENERGY STAR rating of 96.
The survey provided EPA with a robust data set to supplement the information that the agency had collected in support of developing an ENERGY STAR rating for multifamily properties.
Summary: In 2010, a congressional panel found that the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Energy Star rating, which provides consumer guidance on which appliances and electronics offer ...