Boeing HQ Building Awarded ENERGY STAR by EPA

The headquarters of Boeing situated in downtown Chicago has been awarded the ENERGY STAR rating by the U.S. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency).

The ENERGY STAR represents the national symbol towards environment protection by way of superior energy efficiency. The rating also indicates that the headquarter building of Boeing performs among the top 25% of such similar facilities for energy efficiency nationwide.

Boeing, a global leader in aviation, is an aerospace company that is the biggest producer of commercial jetliners as well as military aircraft. The company’s Chicago building has made improvements to its lighting and automation systems while increasing awareness for improving the environmental performance of the building by way of reducing the energy costs and energy consumption.

ENERGY STAR-rated commercial buildings use approximately 35% less energy in comparison with conventional buildings while releasing 35% less CO2 into the atmosphere.


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