86 manufacturing plants earned EPA’s ENERGY STAR certification in 2022

March 8, 2023
To be eligible, the facilities had to be in the top 25% of energy efficiency in their sector.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released its list of U.S. manufacturing plants that earned ENERGY STAR certification in 2022. To be eligible, the facilities had to be in the top 25% of energy efficiency in their sector. According to the EPA, the 86 plants that made the list saved over 105 trillion Btus of energy and prevented the creation of 6 million metric tons of CO2 emissions. The list includes facilities from big-name brands like Georgia-Pacific, AstraZeneca, General Motors, and Nissan.

An interactive map was also created to highlight the honorary plants and their specific industries.

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