Miles per gallon ratings tell you vehicle energy performance. Use this map to find out the energy performance of the buildings where you live and work.
A building’s ENERGY STAR score indicates how well it performs compared to peers, based on a scale of 1–100. The higher the score, the better the performance, with a score of 50 being the national average for each building type.
ENERGY STAR scores take into account both building type and use, as well as energy use intensity (EUI, or the energy used per square foot in a building.)
Energy efficient buildings are critical to solving climate change in Denver, where buildings are responsible for 57% of the City’s greenhouse gas emissions.
Efficient buildings in Denver have an average ENERGY STAR score of 94. How does your building stack up?