Participant facilities are substantially growing in number. In fact, since the first building earned the ENERGY STAR in 1999, tens of thousands of additional buildings have followed in its lower-carbon footprints.
Check out other MI Houses of Worship who have earned the certificate. Click here to view.
Will your building be next?
To qualify, a facility must have an ENERGY STAR score of 75-100. This is determined through tracking energy bills over time in the free, user-friendly Portfolio Manager software. Click here to get started!
Once a facility has a score of 75-100, operators may apply for certification. Click here for details.
Don’t forget, if you need some help reducing your energy usage, refer to tips/suggestions from the EPA ENERGY STAR Action Workbook for Congregations.
If you need help applying for the certification, please email email@example.com.