The Energy Star Building Certification Program, a benchmark for energy efficiency, rates buildings based on their energy performance compared to similar structures nationwide. Buildings scoring 75 or above, outperforming at least 75% of comparable buildings, may qualify for Energy Star certification, pending verification by a licensed professional. This program is pivotal as it champions both environmental and economic benefits. Energy-efficient buildings not only reduce greenhouse gas emissions but also offer operational cost savings. The Energy Star mark boosts a building's market appeal, signaling to potential tenants and buyers its commitment to cost-efficiency and environmental responsibility. By raising energy efficiency awareness, the program also equips building stakeholders with resources to enhance energy performance. Download to learn how Energy Star can benefit your building endeavors.