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Global Energy Management

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Corning Achieving Green with LEED Buildings

Corning Achieving Green with LEED Buildings

Since 2005, Corning has been a member of the U.S. Green Building Council, which certifies LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) buildings, or “green buildings.”

As of early 2017, 9 of Corning’s facilities around the world have achieved LEED status:

Building Location LEED Status
Corning Display Technologies plant  Taichung, Taiwan Gold
Discovery Building Corning, New York Silver
Development Building Corning, New York Silver - pending
W.C. Decker Engineering Building Corning, New York Certified
Integrated Die Manufacturing Painted Post, New York Certified
Process Research Center South  Erwin, New York Certified
Corning Life Science plant Reynosa, Mexico Design Principles
Optical Fiber plant Pune, India Design Principles
Corning Life Sciences plant Amsterdam, Germany Design Principles

About LEED Statuses

From USGBC’s website: Projects pursuing LEED certification earn points across several areas that address sustainability issues. Based on the number of points achieved, a project then receives one of four LEED rating levels: Certified, Silver, Gold, and Platinum.