Parkview Noble Hospital has achieved the "Energy Star" label, a symbol of energy efficiency and environmental excellence from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Energy Star program. Parkview Noble is one of only five hospitals in Indiana to ever earn this distinction.
Parkview Noble was recognized as being in the top 25% of energy efficient buildings for its size and type in the nation. Hospitals that earn the energy star label use less energy and have indoor air quality certified as part of the the qualification criteria that must be affirmed by a professional engineer.
For reference, the hospital’s energy score was 45 in 2016 and after improvements were made in 2018, Parkview Noble's score jumped to 78 in January 2019. A minimum score is 75 as defined by the EPA which translates to annual utility savings cost of approximately $80,000 for the hospital.
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