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EPA’s “Top Cities” Use EnergyCAP

A recent article titled, From the Ground Up: Energy Resilience Begins With Our Buildings, published by Penn State News, stated that buildings “consume about 40% of the energy we use in the United States… and a full 70% of all electricity.” In the same article, James Freihaut, Professor of Architectural Engineering at Penn State, commented, “If we want to conserve energy and stop global warning, we’ve got to make the buildings a lot better.”

Helping organizations of all types and sizes make their buildings “a lot better” has always been EnergyCAP’s mission, and if the EPA’s Top Cities rankings are any indication, our customers are achieving success. The three highest ranking cities—Los Angeles, CA; Washington, DC; San Francisco, CA—are EnergyCAP users. All told, 11 of the Top 25 Cities rely on EnergyCAP for utility bill accounting and energy management (1):

EPA Rank
City
ENERGY STAR Buildings
Floor Area (Million Sq. Ft.)
Emissions Prevented (MTCO2e)
Cost Savings (Million)
1
Los Angeles, CA
546
131.8
294,000
$195.3
2
Washington, DC
426
114.3
425,000
$128.0
3
San Francisco, CA
333
88.3
247,000
$149.2
8
Denver, CO
170
49.6
259,000
$42.4
11
Tampa, FL
138
22.5
69,000
$16.2
12
San Diego, CA
130
23.1
48,000
$25.8
15
Minneapolis, MN
102
38.7
216,000
$47.9
16
Phoenix, AZ
100
23.1
119,000
$26.4
20
Philadelphia, PA
77
26.5
80,000
$18.6
22
Sacramento, CA
66
12.4
37,000
$17.7
25
Portland, OR
52
7.9
22,000
$6.4

We congratulate the ENERGY STAR Top Cities and thank our customers for depending on EnergyCAP as the foundation of their energy management program.

If you would like to learn more about EnergyCAP’s ENERGY STAR interface and how your organization can benefit from it, contact us to schedule a demonstration.

(1) The EnergyCAP software offers an interface to ENERGY STAR’s Portfolio Manager application. The cities listed above may or may not have submitted their buildings to Portfolio Manager via the EnergyCAP interface.

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