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Have You Met GBA’s Interns and Fellows?

If you’ve been to any GBA events recently, you’ve likely run into one of the many young people who have been working with us and gaining experience in our various programs.  Get to know them better here! Ruth Maust – Ruth joins us from Indianapolis this year as a PULSE (Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience) […]

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The Pittsburgh 2030 District Continues to Grow

The Pittsburgh 2030 District has enjoyed tremendous success throughout its first year, thanks to commitments by some of Downtown Pittsburgh’s largest and most well known properties.  Despite having over 50% of the district’s total square footage committed to the program’s aggressive energy and water reduction goals, only 20% of district buildings are currently committed.  Aurora […]

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Energy efficiency upgrades planned for USW headquarters

GBA’s Sean Luther joined representatives from The Efficiency Network (TEN) and Allegheny County Chief Executive Rich Fitzgerald in helping United Steelworks (USW) kick off a major water and energy efficiency upgrade at its Five Gateway Center headquarters in Downtown Pittsburgh. Planned renovations include solar water heating, lighting retrofits, HVAC upgrades, and elevator systems. TEN estimates […]

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It Takes a Community: The Pittsburgh 2030 District

The Pittsburgh 2030 District is a community of high-performance buildings in downtown Pittsburgh, all working to dramatically reduce energy, transportation, and water use by the year 2030.  As of September 2013 (just one year after the initiative’s launch), nearly 55% of the downtown district has already committed to working towards these goals!  Our 2030 District […]

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