Energy Star certified facility’s and industrial manufacturing plants meet strict energy performance standards set by the EPA. They use less energy, are less expensive to operate, and cause fewer greenhouse gas emissions than their peers. Starting with the first Energy Star certified building in 1999, tens of thousands of facilities and plants across America have already earned EPA’s Energy Star for superior energy performance. 21 types of facilities can earn the Energy Star. Commercial and Industrial buildings are rated on a 1-100 Energy Star score. Facilities that score a 75 or higher are eligible to apply for Energy Star certification. Before facilities can earn the Energy Star, a professional engineer or registered architect must verify that the information contained within the certification application is accurate. Onsite Energy Corporation is an ENERGY STAR PARTNER and has been recognized by the EPA as a Member of the 2014 ENERGY STAR Certification Nation.