The Pittsburgh 2030 District is a community of high performance buildings in Downtown Pittsburgh that aims to dramatically reduce energy and water consumption, reduce emissions from transportation, and improve indoor air quality while increasing competitiveness, reducing resource use, and increasing owners' returns on investment. More >

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Fairmont Pittsburgh commits to the Pittsburgh 2030 District

Fairmont Pittsburgh has joined the Pittsburgh 2030 District in a commitment to work towards a 50% reduction in energy and water consumption, and

Pittsburgh 2030 District Indoor Air Quality Pilot Study, Spring 2014

Motivation Despite many years of progress, Pittsburgh’s outdoor air quality is still less than desirable.  Good air quality is

Earth Hour 2014 in Downtown Pittsburgh

Led by the Pittsburgh 2030 District participants, the Office of Mayor William Peduto, the City of Pittsburgh, Green Building Alliance and Sustainable

Resource Specialist, Special Projects Director join GBA's Pittsburgh 2030 Team

Green Building Alliance is pleased to announce that Anna Siefken and Isaac Smith have joined the Pittsburgh 2030 District Team as Special

Pittsburgh 2030 District Energy Baseline Finalized!

In order to measure the Pittsburgh 2030 District’s success in reaching its 50% reduction goals, baselines must first be determined for each

City-County Building Earns ENERGY STAR Rating

Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald and Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto announced January 15th that the City-County Building has earned the U.S.

GBA launches "Small Commercial Building" program, expands Pittsburgh 2030 Team

Thanks to an award from the US Department of Energy, Green Building Alliance (convening organization for the Pittsburgh 2030 District) has launched a

Video Summary of 2030 District Summit - 2013 Now Available

In August 2013, Green Building Alliance (the organizer of the Pittsburgh 2030 District) and Architecture 2030 hosted representatives  from each