Brandywine Realty Trust Wins EPA Energy Star Labels for its Buildings

Brandywine Realty Trust has won the Energy Star labels for 2010 awarded by the U.S. EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) for its Marlton, New Jersey project named 5 Greentree Centre and its Concord, California project named Concord Airport Plaza. Both these buildings had earlier won the Energy Star ratings, and have been re-certified and re-commissioned again for 2010.

Organizations earn Energy Star ratings by making use of the national energy performance system drawn out by the EPA for generating energy-efficiency ratings for their respective buildings. Energy Star labeled commercial buildings make use of less energy by 35% while leaving less carbon footprint by 35%. With an overall area of 2.74 million sq. ft., the company, throughout its portfolio, will have its focus on sustainability and optimizing energy efficiency.


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