The Louisville Energy Alliance (LEA) promotes energy efficiency and conservation through ENERGY STAR programs and certifications. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, we offer educational events and programs to commercial building owners and managers, helping them access resources to improve energy efficiency, benchmark energy consumption, and obtain ENERGY STAR Certification. Learn more about our upcoming events and ongoing programs.
The LEA was established as a public-private partnership, with participation from:
“Sustainability is the right way to go, both environmentally and economically. As a businessman for many years, I appreciate the value of the savings we can achieve through greater efficiency-you can save on your bottom line and help Louisville be a lead city for sustainability.”
Mayor Greg Fischer
CMTA has designed more energy efficient buildings than any other firm in the Commonwealth. The firm has been benchmarking performance for over a decade, and has a thorough understanding of which energy conservation measures provide the best return on investment. To date, CMTA has engineered 153 ENERGY STAR buildings, including Crestwood Elementary, the first building in Kentucky to earn a perfect ENERGY STAR score. In addition, CMTA engineered the first Net Zero Energy School in the United States, Richardsville Elementary in Bowling Green, KY. Overall, CMTA has engineered 11 Net Zero Energy projects in six states.
Learn more about CMTA.