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Energy Star is a program created by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy that encourages energy-efficient building through product rating systems, guidelines, and resources.

Today, the EPA released the results of its study examining which cities had the most Energy Star-qualified buildings. Here are the ten that top the list:

1. Los Angeles 2. San Francisco 3. Houston 4. Washington 5. Dallas-Fort Worth 6. Chicago 7. Denver 8. Minneapolis-St. Paul 9. Atlanta 10. Seattle

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