Building a thriving, resilient downtown in 2030 and beyond

Like many cities, Denver is feeling the effects of rapid urbanization, globalization, and climate change. To help navigate these challenges, Denver 2030 District is pleased to officially welcome Siemens as our newest industry partner.

“As a committed member of the Denver community, we’re ready to do our part to keep the city economically competitive and attractive for business growth in the years ahead,” said Oscar Rangel, Senior Account Executive of Energy and Environmental Solutions at Siemens. “That requires continued leadership in innovation and sustainability, and we are thrilled to be joining Denver 2030 District as a partner in this work.”

Siemens brings in-depth knowledge in the energy, transport, and buildings sectors, and has an impressive track record of successful collaboration with business and government clients. This experience will be invaluable as the District continue its work towards ambitious 2030 greenhouse gas reduction goals.

Furthermore, given Siemens’ breadth of international know-how, they are uniquely positioned to innovate and implement solutions to the challenges facing Denver in the 21st century.

“Intelligent technology and infrastructure, when deployed in a single building or across a city, can reduce costs, enhance resilience, lower energy consumption, and improve overall quality of life,” said Rangel.

Siemens Corporation is a U.S. subsidiary of Siemens AG, a global powerhouse focusing on the areas of electrification, automation and digitalization, and is one of the world’s largest producers of energy-efficient, resource-saving technologies. For more information, visit