Philadelphia 2030 District

DVGBC is excited to lead the formation of a 2030 District in Philadelphia and is engaging stakeholders in advance of a formal launch in October. Philadelphia’s 2030 District convenes the owners, managers, and developers of the city’s largest properties in a voluntary, private-sector led effort to achieve deep reductions in energy use, water use, and transportation emissions. If you have questions about Philadelphia’s 2030 District, please contact Katie Bartolotta, Policy and Program Manager, at kbartolotta@dvgbc.org.
 
 


District Sponsors
 

MEETING LEVEL 

                      
 

 
 



In the News

PlanPhilly

Philly joining private-led initiative to reduce commercial building energy use 50% by 2030

Philadelphia Business Journal

Phila. joins private-led initiative to reduce commercial building energy use by 50% by 2030

Energy Manager Today 

Philadelphia, San Diego Make Smart District 2030 Moves

Philadelphia Weekly

Grassroots: What Philly is quietly doing to become a greener metropolis

PRISM

Q&A with Katie Bartolotta, Policy and Program Manager, Delaware Valley Green Building Council

Grid Magazine

Stronger Together: Philadelphia joins other cities in fighting climate change through the 2030 Districts project

Green Philly Blog

Philadelphia 2030 District: Reducing 50% of energy use as a city


 
For more information on the Philadelphia 2030 District please see the 2030 District fact sheet below.
 
 

For property owners and managers who are interested in committing their property or properties to the Philadelphia 2030 District goals, please see the form below to join. 

Philadelphia 2030 District sponsorship provides unique marketing visibility as well as access and the opportunity to present in member-only district meetings. If you are interested in becoming a 2030 District Sponsor, please complete and send in the sponsorship form below or complete the online form