Pittsburgh 2030 District Saves Nearly $53 Million In Energy, $4 Million In Water Costs

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported Wednesday the Pittsburgh 2030 District released its 2016 annual report documenting cumulative energy savings of nearly $53 million and $4.6 million in savings from water use reduction toward its goal of reducing energy and water use by 50 percent by 2040 in downtown Pittsburgh buildings.

Started in 2012, the Pittsburgh 2030 initiative of the Green Building Alliance has grown to include 491 buildings or over 72 percent of the buildings in the district.

The report documents a 10.7 percent reduction in energy use from baseline in 2016-- 2.6 billion kBtu; a 7.4 percent reduction in water use-- 222.8 million gallons; and a 24.2 percent reduction in transportation emissions from baseline.

Click Here for a copy of the report.

To learn more about this initiative, visit the Pittsburgh 2030 District website.


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