EPA list of top cities with most Energy Star buildings highlights unexpected bright spots

On March 12, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released the list of U.S. metropolitan areas with the most building projects having earned Energy Star certification in 2012. More than 8,200 buildings in the U.S. earned Energy Star certification in 2012, and 4,972 of these buildings ar...

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