Boston Properties Earns 2020 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year
Earning an ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Award distinguishes corporate energy management programs and is the highest level of EPA recognition. Partners must perform at a superior level of energy management, demonstrate best practices across the organization and prove organization-wide energy savings.
BXP is a well-established leader in energy efficiency and has widely adopted public energy use intensity reduction goals. The Company has reduced the energy use intensity of its actively-managed office buildings 27 percent and has a standing goal to reduce energy use intensity 32 percent by 2025. In 2019, 45 BXP buildings earned the ENERGY STAR rating and the Company achieved an average ENERGY STAR score of 71 across its actively-managed and eligible in-service portfolio.
“I salute the 2020 ENERGY STAR award winners,” said Anne Idsal, EPA Principal Deputy Assistant Administrator for Air and Radiation. “These leaders demonstrate how energy efficiency drives economic competitiveness in tandem with environmental protection.”
“We’re proud of our continuing partnership with ENERGY STAR and the recognition of our commitment to implement energy efficiency measures throughout our properties,” said
In addition to the recent ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Award, BXP’s commitment to sustainable development and operations has been recognized by numerous industry groups. BXP ranked among the top 4% of worldwide participants in the 2019 Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB); for the eighth straight year the Company earned a GRESB “Green Star” and achieved the highest GRESB 5-star Rating. The Company completed its Fitwel Champion commitments and was named a 2020 Best in
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