The initiative seeks to improve efficiency in the building sector in Philadelphia with the goal to lower costs, reduce carbon emissions, improve indoor air quality and tenant comfort, and improve the resiliency of the city’s new and existing building stock.
Approximate boundaries: N – Spring Garden Street and Powelton Ave, S – Walnut Street, W – 40th Street, E – Interstate 95
Committed properties indicated in green. To open the map in a new tab, visit the Philadelphia 2030 District Web Map
Building owners and/or managers that commit property to meet the district goals.
Government, non-profit and civic organizations that provide support and expertise for the district.
Energy services companies, utilities, and professional firms that provide expertise, deliver services, and sponsor the district.
The Philadelphia 2030 District has been convening working groups to assist with the development of baselines and data tracking for both the water and transportation emissions metrics in advance of the June 2019 reporting deadline. Both working groups meet on a quarterly basis and are comprised of subject matter experts and district property partners.
The charge of the working groups has been to determine an appropriate baseline and means of measuring each metric area given the available data and resources. In addition, the working groups are compiling implementation strategies and complementary policy levers that can help scale the impact of participating buildings toward the goals.