CCG is a Winner in the ENERGY STAR 2011 Summary Results
Posted on 3/12/2012
The ENERGY STAR® 2011 Summary Results have been released, showing how many buildings were given the ENERGY STAR label last year.
Of the buildings listed, CCG ‘s customers made up:
• 4 percent of all Ohio buildings labeled in 2011.
• 14 percent of all Ohio K-12 buildings labeled in 2011.
“We are excited that our customers make up such a significant percentage of ENERGY STAR labeled buildings,” said Brian Wagner, president of CCG Automation. “It’s great to see our dedication to quality pay off when our customers are honored with this prestigious recognition.”
Additionally, when compared with every building ever earning the ENERGY STAR label, CCG’s customers made up 4 percent of all Ohio ENERGY STAR labeled buildings and 15 percent of all Ohio K-12 buildings certified.
Akron Children's Hospital Considine Building Win Energy Award
It is fitting that last week, on Energy Efficiency Day, the
American Society for Health Care Engineers announced that
Akron Children’s Hospital has won an Energy to Care Gold
Standard Award for the continued energy reduction work in
the Considine Professional Building.
Energy Project of the Year
CCG was recognized by Association of Energy Engineers.
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Check out the message we just received from Leetonia
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project at Akron Children's Hospital to help track energy
usage throughout the campus.
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High School/Middle School in the James A. Garfield Local
School District, located in Garrettsville, OH.
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Church in Parma Heights, Ohio to address comfort and energy
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