ENERGY STAR Rating
100 East is an ENERGY STAR certified building. Ongoing energy conservation efforts have resulted in 100 East achieving an ENERGY STAR score of 85 for 2017. This is a 2 point improvement over 2016.
About ENERGY STAR
ENERGY STAR certified buildings and plants cost less to operate and help protect the environment. On average, these buildings use 35 percent less energy and cause 35 percent fewer greenhouse gas emissions than comparable buildings across the country. Academic studies also show that ENERGY STAR certified buildings are more valuable commanding higher rents and sale prices, among other benefits.
To earn ENERGY STAR certification, a facility must operate among the top 25 percent of similar facilities nationwide, with no sacrifices in comfort or quality. Starting with the first ENERGY STAR certified building in 1999, tens of thousands of buildings and plants across America have already earned EPA’s ENERGY STAR for superior energy performance.