The NYSERDA grant team for the Ithaca 2030 District has been hard at work over the last several months compiling the data and analyses for the first set of building performance reports for the Ithaca 2030 District property owners. An individual report has been produced for each of the fifteen member buildings, providing owners and managers with a detailed sense of where they stand in relation to the goals of the 2030 District.
These reports pull together the 2017 energy and water consumption data of the individual buildings, as well as the carbon emissions generated by the commuting of building occupants. Drawing on the utility bills for each property and this past spring's transportation survey, the results have been measured against the baselines outlined in the study released last fall.
The data for the individual buildings is confidential and has only been shared with each of the building owner/managers. The reports also include a district-wide analysis , however, and those results can be found below.
Many thanks to Aurora Namnum (Cornell '19) for her outstanding work on collecting the data and compiling these reports, and to the advisory board members and building owners who provided us with valuable feedback on an earlier draft of the reports. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Peter Bardaglio, Executive Director
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