The Philadelphia 2030 District is an opportunity for voluntary, private sector leadership in demonstrating the value of high performing, cost-effective buildings. 2030 Districts bring together property owners and managers with professional and community stakeholders, local governments, and utilities to achieve voluntary reductions in energy and water use, and in transportation emissions by the year 2030.
Over 18.5 million square feet of building space has committed to the district goals. A list of current property partners may be found here: http://www.2030districts.org/philadelphia/members.
Benefits:- Invitations to bi-monthly, members-only district partner meetings.- Access to centralized information on financing opportunities and creative building performance strategies.- Recognition of properties in all publicized property partner lists and maps.- Education and training opportunities from Green Building United and community and resource partners.- Building-level performance reports that are compared to district-scale averages.
Requirements:- Own or manage a property within the 2030 District boundary. (See map: https://greenbuildingunited.org/initiatives/philadelphia-2030-district) - Report annually your building energy use and water use information to Green Building United using ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager Account (this information is already required for compliance with the City of Philadelphia's benchmarking and disclosure law) and transportation data.- Share insights on best practices, lessons learned, technology information, and case studies (where available) to raise the level of performance across the district. - Membership is free but partners must complete a commitment form to join (https://bit.ly/2yhr0oW)
Interested in joining? Let us know how to reach you.