Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Certified Buildings

Buildings require significant amounts of electricity for heating, cooling, lighting, and other building functions. This energy consumption, however, can be reduced through a variety of economically achievable actions.

Building organizations and owners that participate in the Cleaner and Greener® Program for Single Buildings use energy efficiency actions to reduce their emissions that contribute to climate change, smog, and acid rain. Buildings that participate in the Cleaner and Greener® Program have documented and reported their emission reduction benefits resulting from these building efficiency actions.

The environmentally responsible buildings listed below are leading the way to a cleaner, greener, and healthier environment by becoming Cleaner and Greener® participants.

Cleaner and Greener® Levels

Building

City

State

Certification Date

Reduction Level

 255 Albert Street

 Ontario
 Canada 4/18/2013 Reporting

 10 Universal City Plaza

 Universal City
 CA 4/11/2013 Reporting
Park Avenue Plaza

 New York
 NY 4/10/2013 Reporting
 901 King Street West

 Ontario Canada 3/5/2013 Reporting
 1440 Broadway

 New York NY 2/5/2013 Platinum

 105 Hotel DeVille

 Quebec Canada 2/4/2013 Reporting
 200 State Street

 Boston MA 1/31/2013 Reporting
 1251 Avenue of the Americas

 New York NY 1/6/2013 Reporting
 5 Penn Plaza

 New York  NY
 10/8/2012 Reporting
 500 West Putnam

 Greenwich CT 9/12/2012 Platinum
Metropolitan Square

 Washington D.C.

 D.C.

  8/27/2012

 Bronze

901 New York Ave

 Washington D.C.

 D.C.

 8/27/2012

 Bronze

1800 Massachusetts Ave

 Washington D.C.

 D.C.

 8/13/2012

 Bronze

230 Park Ave

 New York

 NY

 7/22/2012

 Bronze

1101 Vermont Ave

 Washington D.C.

 D.C.

 7/12/2012

 Bronze

2001 Sheppard

 Toronto

 Canada

 6/22/2012

 Silver

 2005 Sheppard

Toronto

 Canada

 6/22/2012

 Silver

 100 Yonge Street

Toronto

 Canada

 5/31/2012

 Platinum

 West 135 Street

New York

 NY

 4/30/2012

Platinum
 

The Cleaner and Greener Certification requires annual renewal and updating of data. To see a complete list of buildings that have been certified in previous years please visit:  Past Certified Buildings

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