Seven Years of ENERGY STAR Certification
Investments have been made in…methods of construction and renovating buildings which improve their energy efficiency. (Laudato Si 26)
The U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency established the ENERGY STAR program in 1992 to deliver cost-saving energy efficiency solutions that improve air quality and protect the climate. On average, buildings that are ENERGY STAR-rated use 12% less energy than their peers. Saint Joseph London has received ENERGY STAR certification for seven consecutive years, resulting in CO2 emission reductions equivalent to 2,140 metric tons; and, energy cost savings of approximately $300,000, which are returned to the mission. Our commitment to the sustainability goals of CommonSpirit Health are engrained in our daily operation and patient care.
Saint Joseph London, London, KY
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