Cities with the most energy efficient buildings: L.A., Houston, Detroit, Dallas

April 15, 2011 |

The United States Environmental Protection Agency released its annual list of the top 10 American cities [PDF] with the most energy efficient buildings—in this case, commercial buildings that have earned an Energy Star rating signifying they consume 35% less energy and release 35% less carbon dioxide than average buildings—and for the third year running, Los Angeles snagged the No. 1 spot in 2010 with 510 Energy Star buildings, up from 293 buildings in the previous year. That 75% increase was mirrored nationwide as more than 6,200 commercial buildings earned Energy Star ratings last year, a 60% spike from 2009.

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Source: Grist

 

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