Best Buy is not only reaching U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) goals, but is exceeding them.
When the Energy Department’s Better Buildings Challenge was issued by President Obama in 2011, Best Buy was the only retailer to accept the challenge of reducing energy intensity by 20 percent by 2020. Since then, Best Buy already has cut total energy consumption — in more than 47 million square feet of buildings across the U.S. — by 24 percent.
How? Thanks to improvements like better operational controls, more efficient lighting and even installing skylights in some locations.