The City of Orlando’s Garden House at Harry P. Leu Gardens Named a Top Finisher in EPA's Energy Star Battle of the Buildings Competition/The competition saves $50 million, prevents 250,000 metric tons of GHG emissions

The City of Orlando’s Garden House at Harry P. Leu Gardens Named a Top Finisher in EPA's Energy Star Battle of the Buildings Competition/The competition saves million, prevents 250,000 metric tons of GHG emissions
ATLANTA – The City of Orlando’s Garden House at Harry P. Leu Gardens in Orlando, Fla. was recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a top overall finisher in the agency’s fifth-annual Energy Star Battle of the Buildings Competition: Team Competition for individual buildings. The Garden House at Harry P. Leu Gardens was recognized for reducing their energy use by 45 percent
The City of Orlando’s Garden House at Harry P. Leu Gardens Named a Top Finisher in EPA's Energy Star Battle of the Buildings Competition/The competition saves million, prevents 250,000 metric tons of GHG emissions
Source: EPA climate Change news

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