Stout & Teague Management Corp. Announces Partnership with EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Program

Stout & Teague Management Corp. Announces Partnership with EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Program

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Feb 01, 2011
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McLean, VA – Stout & Teague Management Corp. is pleased to announce it has received designation from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as an ENERGY STAR Partner. Stout & Teague Management Corp. through its voluntary partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will work to improve energy efficiency and fight global warming. Stout & Teague Management Corp. believes that a strategic, corporate energy management program will help us enhance its financial health and aid in preserving the environment for future generations.

“Stout and Teague has long been focused on energy efficiency in our portfolio. We installed the first ice-storage cooling plant in an office building in Washington, DC over 20 years ago and have continued to make investments in equipment, systems, and training to keep our buildings operating as efficiently as possible. We are proud to be an ENERGY STAR Partner”, said Neel Teague, President of Stout & Management Corp.

In partnership with ENERGY STAR, Stout & Teague Management Corp. will:

• Measure and track the energy performance of its organization’s facilities where possible by using tools such as those offered through ENERGY STAR;
• Develop and implement a plan consistent with the ENERGY STAR Energy Management Guidelines to achieve energy savings;
• Help spread the word about the importance of energy efficiency to its staff and community;
• Support the ENERGY STAR Challenge, a national call-to-action to help improve the energy efficiency of America’s commercial and industrial buildings by 10 percent or more;
• Highlight its achievements with recognition offered through ENERGY STAR.

ABOUT ENERGY STAR
ENERGY STAR was introduced by EPA in 1992 as a voluntary, market-based partnership to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through energy efficiency. Today, the ENERGY STAR label can be found on more than 60 different kinds of products, new homes, and commercial and industrial buildings. Products and buildings that have earned the ENERGY STAR designation prevent greenhouse gas emissions by meeting strict energy-efficiency specifications set by the government. Last year alone, Americans, with the help of ENERGY STAR, saved about $19 billion on their energy bills while reducing the greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to those of 29 million vehicles. For more information about ENERGY STAR, visit www.energystar.gov or call toll-free 1-888-STAR-YES.