Member Resources Toolkit
2030 Districts offer their members a number of free and discounted resources to help property owners and managers reach the maximum performance of their buildings and benefit from participating in the program. These resources showcase how the 2030 Districts Network is able to leverage relationships and existing resources to provide members special financing programs, increased competitive positioning, access to exclusive incentives and discounts, and comparative analysis reports for their properties.
The 2030 Districts Network provides its members with resources aimed to improve each property’s competitive positioning in the local and global market.
The 2030 District will prepare for each building owner a quarterly report of his or her portfolio/building performance.
The Seattle 2030 District, in partnership with Herrera, created a stormwater calculator to explore stormwater management strategies, estimate baselines and potential savings.
FirstView, in partnership with the New Buildings Institute, provides Seattle 2030 District member buildings with detailed energy consumption and use analyses.
Exclusive Incentives, Discounts, and Programs
The 2030 Districts Network leverages existing relationships to offer its members exclusive incentives, discounts, and programs to which they might not have access as individual organizations.
This group purchasing program brings substantial economic benefits to 2030 District members through vendor discounts.
WegoWise and the 2030 Districts Network partnered to provide member building owners and managers with a one-year free access to the baselining and comparison software WegoWise Pro.
Seattle 2030 District members can trial The Switch Smart Hub for up to 3 buildings within their portfolio giving a suite of data visualization tools (dashboard, usage patterns and alerts)
JLL is offering 2030 District members discounted pricing (7.5-10%) on IntelliCommand, a cutting-edge smart building technology that provides 24/7 real-time monitoring and building optimization.
Seattle 2030 District members get greater access to Commute Seattle services, helping promote worksite amenities and services, earn LEED points, and comply with regulations.
The Seattle 2030 District with Seattle City Light provide energy audits with guidance on improvement strategies, incentives, grants, rebates, service providers & financing strategies.
Nissan North America and the Seattle 2030 District have partnered to install EV charging stations in up to 10 member building garages.
Microsoft, Accenture and the Seattle 2030 District have partnered to offer software that aggregates building automation systems into a centralized system for continuous commissioning
Special Financing Programs
The 2030 Districts Network leverages existing relationships to offer its members special financing programs, to which they might not have access as individual organizations.
Seattle 2030 District provides a Utility Incentive Matrix to guide of the wide array of available incentives from major utilities for energy and water-saving projects.