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EPA Ranks 2009's Most Energy-Efficient Cities


Latest News > Green Building News

March 25 — 2009's top 25 most energy-efficient U.S. cities have been ranked by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) based on the number of Energy Star-rated buildings each contains.

Los Angeles leads the list by a substantial margin with 293 buildings, 89 more than second-ranked Washington, DC. Louisville, KY closes out the list with 35 Energy Star-rated facilities.

The top ten cities in order are:
  • Los Angeles
  • Washington, DC
  • San Francisco
  • Denver
  • Chicago
  • Houston
  • Lakeland, FL
  • Dallas-Fort Worth
  • Atlanta
  • New York.

There are currently more than 9,500 Energy Star-rated buildings in the U.S. Nearly 3,900 commercial buildings were added last year alone.

EPA website visitors can search a database of all these buildings by facility type, facility owner or property manager here.

View the top 25 list here.