(Richfield, OH) March 21, 2011 –The ENERGY STAR® 2010 Summary Results
have been released, showing how many buildings were given the ENERGY STAR label
Of the buildings listed, CCG ‘s customers made up:
· 9 percent of all 134 Ohio buildings labeled in 2010.
· 22 percent of all 49 Ohio K-12 buildings
labeled in 2010.
“We are proud that our customers make up such a
significant percentage of ENERGY STAR labeled buildings,” said Brian
Wagner, president of CCG Energy Solutions and CCG Automation. “It’s always nice
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 5 percent of
all Ohio ENERGY STAR labeled buildings and 20 percent of all 93
Ohio K-12 labeled buildings.
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 13,424 buildings nationwide have become ENERGY STAR labeled, and just
4,898 of these are office buildings. Other buildings include supermarkets, schools,
hotels, banks, hospitals, courthouses, warehouses, dormitories and big-box