The San Antonio 2030 District is a private-sector-led initiative intended to transform San Antonio’s urban core by supporting building owners and occupants in their efforts to reduce waste and increase building performance. By making a no-nonsense business case for efficient operations, the district is driving innovation through collaboration, leveraged financing, and shared resources.  The district model includes a non-competitive collaborative environment where building owners, community organizations and industry professionals come together to share best practices, and drive innovation in San Antonio's built environment.

The San Antonio 2030 district is a strategic initiative of the South-central Partnership for Energy Efficiency as a Resource (SPEER), a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. SPEER is providing fiscal sponsorship and technical assistance to ensure that the San Antonio 2030 District has the support and resources it needs to successfully meet its targets. 

San Antonio 2030 District - 2018 Awards Program

We are currently accepting nominations for our 2018 Awards Program.  Members of the San Antonio 2030 District are eligible for nomination of projects or initiatives demonstrating notable achievement in any of the following categories:  Energy Efficiency, Water Conservation, Transportation Emissions Reduction and Stormwater Management/LID.  This competition is open to members only.

To nominate your member building's project or initiative, complete the form below and email to Elizabeth Kertesz at

Deadline to submit awards nominations is February 15, 2018.


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