EPA’s Energy Star Names Odessa, TX, as Nation’s Top Small City for Energy Efficient Buildings

EPA’s Energy Star Names Odessa, TX, as Nation’s Top Small City for Energy Efficient Buildings
DALLAS – (March 26, 2015) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced Odessa, Texas, as the nation’s leader among smaller cities for Energy Star certified buildings. Odessa boasts 31 buildings with the certification—all schools and school administration offices—totaling 3.1 million square feet. The energy savings from these buildings total $2.4 million. This represents the equivalent of the annual electricity use of 1,800 homes
EPA’s Energy Star Names Odessa, TX, as Nation’s Top Small City for Energy Efficient Buildings
Source: EPA climate Change news

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