Seattle 10th In US For Energy-Efficient Buildings

SEATTLE — Seattle ranks No. 10 on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s list of cities with the most energy-efficient buildings.

The list released Tuesday ranks cities on the number of buildings that earned top energy performance ratings. Los Angeles topped the list, followed by San Francisco.

Seattle made it on the list with 83 buildings, including public and private structures. The buildings use about 35 percent less energy and release less carbon dioxide compared to other buildings.