A new report from the American Institute of Architects finds that while Apple’s building designs are still not as efficient as those of traditional skyscrapers, they’re actually more energy efficient than their peers.
The study finds that Apple’s design has been among the most energy efficient in the world, thanks to its use of energy-efficient light fixtures, energy-saving air conditioning, and other environmentally friendly features.
The report was released this week, and the report was conducted by AIA, which is based in Washington, D.C. It examined the energy efficiency of more than 1,000 of Apple’s major buildings.
It found that Apple was actually one of the most sustainable buildings in the country, thanks largely to its environmental practices.
The study also found that its design features were also the most environmentally friendly.
Here are some of the findings:The study found that all buildings in Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, are energy efficient.
According to the report, energy use per square foot of office space in Apple headquarters was 4.8 kWh per square meter.
That’s less than the average of 4.9 kWh per sq. ft. in all US buildings in a square meter, and just above the 1.4 kWh per cubic foot average of US buildings.
The most efficient Apple buildings are located in New York City, where it has been the most successful building in the city for decades.
It’s the most recent building to receive the prestigious designation of “Green Building of the Year” for the first time.
The new buildings are also among the first to be converted to low-emission energy by the city.
In New York, the study found Apple’s energy efficiency was also higher than the rest of the city, and is actually above the national average.
It was a whopping 18 percent above the nationwide average, and a whopping 37 percent above California’s, according to the study.
While the study does not identify exactly how Apple uses energy, it found that it uses an average of 5.5 kWh per kilowatt hour for its heating and cooling systems.
The energy efficiency is higher than that of some other major building designers.
According the report’s findings, a 1,400-square-foot building with an energy efficiency rating of 4,600 kWh per kWh could use up to 5.8 times as much energy as the average US building.
The findings of the study also show that the design of Apple buildings is a great example of the benefits of building with energy-efficiency in mind.
According for example, Apple’s use of low-temperature energy-absorbing panels on its buildings has saved on energy costs and reduced energy demand, and also improved the efficiency of its products.