EPA RECOGNIZES AIR KING WITH 2014 ENERGY STAR® PARTNER
OF THE YEAR -SUSTAINED EXCELLENCE AWARD.
Air King earns award for protecting the environment
through superior energy efficiency.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has
recognized Air King with a 2014 ENERGY STAR Partner of
the Year - Sustained Excellence Award for their
continued leadership in protecting our environment
through superior energy efficiency. Air King’s
accomplishments will be recognized in Washington, D.C.
on April 29, 2014.
Air King, an ENERGY STAR partner since 2002, will be
honored for its long-term commitment to energy
efficiency. This is the third year in a row that Air
King has won the distinguished Partner of the Year
award. Air King continued its leadership in energy
efficient products by adding to its lines of ENERGY STAR
qualified exhaust fans and range hoods. This year Air
King added new configurations of several of its exhaust
fans including some automated exhaust options. Along
with being a top pledge driver in the “Change the World,
Start with ENERGY STAR” pledge campaign, Air King also
focused on education initiatives to spread the word
about ENERGY STAR. Most notably, Air King visited an
area technical school where students learned why ENERGY
STAR is such an important initiative.
“Air King is honored to receive this award,” said John
Fox, CEO of Air King. “We are committed to our
partnership with ENERGY STAR, and dedicated to
increasing energy efficiency in our ventilation
products, which helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions
and protect the environment.”
Across the U.S., top companies and organizations are
leading the way toward a more energy-efficient future
through their participation in ENERGY STAR.
Through 2013, with help from ENERGY STAR, American
families and businesses have saved $297 billion on
utility bills and prevented more than 2.1 billion metric
tons of greenhouse gas emissions.
“Air King has earned EPA’s highest ENERGY STAR award –
the 2014 Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence
Award – because of their unwavering commitment to
helping consumers become increasingly more energy
efficient,” said EPA Deputy Administrator Bob
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