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ENERGY STAR Partnership

Energy Studio believes businesses benefit financially by continually improving their management of energy resources, and the environment benefits from reduced levels of related pollution.

That’s a win-win.

We have chosen to demonstrate this fundamental commitment to protect the environment by becoming an ENERGY STAR Partner.

Energy Studio’s voluntary partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR program means that we are continuously working to helping our clients improve the energy efficiency and performance of their facilities; and we believe that an organization-wide energy management approach will help our clients enhance their financial health and aid in preserving the environment for future generations.

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In partnership with ENERGY STAR, we will help our clients to:

  • Measure and track the energy performance of their facilities at all locations.
  • Set a goal to improve the energy efficiency of their buildings by 10% or more, in support of the ENERGY STAR Challenge

We will also:

  • Encourage our staff and community to learn about the benefits of energy efficiency and to implement appropriate energy efficiency measures
  • Encourage other organizations with whom we work to join ENERGY STAR and take the ENERGY STAR Challenge


ENERGY STAR is a voluntary partnership between businesses, government and others united to protect our environment for future generations by changing to energy-efficient practices today.  ENERGY STAR works with more than 9,000 partners to improve the energy efficiency of products, homes, buildings and businesses.  Businesses can use ENERGY STAR to improve efficiency, enhance profits, and create a competitive advantage.  In 2006 alone, ENERGY STAR helped businesses and consumers save more than $14 billion in energy costs while reducing global warming emissions equivalent to those from 25 million vehicles.

ENERGY STAR is a join program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE). For more information, visit