The Midtown Professional Building – Karpinski Engineering’s Cleveland office building – has earned Energy Star certification.
Energy Star is a voluntary program through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that focuses on energy efficiency.
Karpinski Engineering learned that the Midtown Professional Building was eligible for the rating and decided to pursue it, explained Joe Hofstetter, Director of Building Performance and Sustainability.
“We value energy efficiency and wanted to know where we were,” he said.
Kacey Zeiser, Karpinski Engineering’s Sustainability Coordinator, explained how building owners can get started with Energy Star certification. Here’s a snapshot:
Energy Star certification must be renewed annually. To maintain Energy Star certification, a business must keep its utility data updated.
Considering Energy Star certification for your building? Our Department of Building Performance and Sustainability can help. Contact Joe Hofstetter (216.391.3700) to learn more.
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