CCG Offices - Earned ENERGY STAR® Award for the Second Consecutive Year
Posted on 8/3/2009
(Richfield, Ohio) August
2009 - CCG Offices in Richfield, Ohio has earned the distinction of
becoming an ENERGY STAR® labeled
building from the Environmental Protection Agency for the second
consecutive year. CCG is one of only 51 office buildings in Ohio to
achieve this award and only 19 have earned the honor for more than one year.
CCG’s business is focused
on helping others become more energy efficient while maintaining a comfortable
environment to work in. “There is no better way to show customers how strongly
we believe in what we are doing, than continuing to practice energy
conservation measures in our own office thus earning this prestigious
distinction for the second year,” said Brian Wagner, president of CCG. “CCG’s
facility is not a large building but we are demonstrating to others that even
small-scale businesses can reduce energy consumption, helping to keep our
community a little greener."
Commercial buildings that
have earned the ENERGY STAR Award use nearly 40 percent less energy than
average buildings and emit 35 percent less carbon dioxide into the atmosphere,
offering a significantly smaller carbon footprint. Buildings excel due to good
energy management practices such as routine energy efficiency benchmarking.
ENERGY STAR was introduced
by the EPA in 1992 as a voluntary, market-based partnership to reduce
greenhouse gas emissions through energy efficiency. To qualify for the ENERGY
STAR, a building must score in the top 25 percent based on EPA's National Energy
Performance Rating System. Only 7,736 buildings nationwide have become ENERGY STAR labeled, and just 3,077 of these are office buildings. Other
buildings include supermarkets, schools, hotels, banks, hospitals, courthouses,
warehouses, dormitories and big-box retail buildings.
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