We are pleased to present the 2019 Progress Report for the Ithaca 2030 District. Part of a broader 2030 District Network involving 22 cities in the U.S. and Canada, the Ithaca 2030 District is a voluntary effort on the part of property owners and managers in Downtown Ithaca to meet ambitious energy and water use reduction goals as well as to bring about cuts in district-wide transportation emissions goals.
Our blog includes a link to the interactive data dashboard of results, as well as the ability to download the raw dataset of responses and survey questions.
Climate change might be the most significant issue facing the human race going forward, with new studies coming out seemingly every day that claim humans have an ever shortening amount of time on this planet.
Here at Green Building Alliance, spring is data season. While others are watching the world come to life, the GBA office is teeming with blooming…excel sheets. This year, we are proud to announce the results of those calculations.
Please join us as the Pittsburgh 2030 District unveils its 2018 progress during a reception on May 23rd from 4-7pm.
The recption will be held at Riverfront West at 3 Crossings, 2545 Railroad Street, Pittsburgh PA 15222, and there will be a networking happy hour before and after the presentation.
The Pittsburgh 2030 District published its fifth annual Progress Report at a reception celebrating years of encouraging and tracking reductions in energy use, water consumption, and transportation emissions, in addition to improving indoor air quality in the built environment.
CPS Energy in San Antonio used demand-response to avoid setting another winter peak record for their territory on January 17, 2018, even as the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) hit a new state system record for winter energy demand. CPS Energy offers a number of billing and energy efficiency programs designed to keep costs low and save energy for qualifying customers.
The Stamford 2030 District has officially released their 2016 progress report. Collectively, buildings in Downtown Stamford are actively working to achieve 50% reductions in energy use, water use, and transportation emissions by the year 2030. These dramatic reductions are being accomplished with a lens of resiliency, by improving social and economic outcomes in relation to the environment.
The Pittsburgh 2030 District, a strategic initiative of Green Building Alliance, published its annual Progress Report on Tuesday, celebrating four years of rigorous reductions in energy use, water consumption, and transportation emissions.
Property Partners in the Pittsburgh 2030 District have reduced their aggregated energy and water consumption by 10.7 percent and 7.4 percent, respectively. Transportation emissions for the Downtown boundary, reported in the 2015 Progress Report, were 24.2 percent below baseline, exceeding the 2020 goal.