Energy Savings

Burlington 2030 District featured in BED's Net Zero Energy podcast

The Burlington 2030 District was recently featured on Burlington Electric Department's Net Zero Energy podcast.

Burlington 2030 District's Director, Jenna Antonino DiMare, was recently interviews on Burlington Electric Department's Net Zero Energy podcast. Listen to the podcast to learn more about how the Burlington 2030 District supports property owners ready to reduce building energy consumption and emissions by clicking here. 

2030 District Energy Studies

The 2030 District is kicking off new energy studies for participating 2030 District members. SES has been contracted to conduct the studies, supported by funding from FortisBC. The resulting studies will provide unique pathways for each building to meet their 2030 District targets over the next five to ten years. The studies will consider the age, unique loads and requirements, and future plans for the building. They will provide concept-level design solutions that are reasonable and cost-effective while prioritizing load reductions and efficiencies.

2030 District REFBC Funding

The GV 2030 District will soon begin work to develop a ‘Resiliency Tool’ for members, thanks to funding from the Real Estate Foundation of BC (REFBC) and the support of the University of Victoria. The decision support tool will help commercial real estate owners identify retrofit opportunities to improve resiliency.

Community Solar Focus of March 18th Quarterly Meeting

What is Community Solar and Can It Work for You?

With spring just around the corner, it's a time of renewal and fresh opportunity. The snow is finally melting and the days are getting longer.

Keeping the seasonal transition in mind, the upcoming District Partners meeting will explore community solar, a new type of energy opportunity that can help District members reduce the carbon footprint of their buildings.

Gold-star campus stays green through carbon reduction - UC earns national recognition for reducing carbon footprint

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Source: Melanie Schefft, UC News

Date: July 2, 2020

Kicking coal. Green roofs. Living walls. LEED buildings. Through all these and more, the University of Cincinnati continually stays ahead of the sustainability curve, recently earning national recognition for its climate action and sustainability efforts.