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Historic Synagogue Upgrades, Restaurant Tracking, and Water Baseline Update

The August Pittsburgh 2030 District Partner Meeting took place at Rodef Shalom, a historical gem designed by Henry Hornbostel around the turn of the 20th century. During our visit, we learned about and toured the facility, got updates from the Pittsburgh 2030 District team, and heard the interesting findings of an in-depth restaurant energy assessment. After Pittsburgh 2030 District […]

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Pittsburgh 2030 District: 2014 Progress Report

The Pittsburgh 2030 District’s 2014 growth was in both scale and scope, presenting far greater opportunities for impact reduction. The goal of the Pittsburgh 2030 District is to reach 50% reductions in energy use, water use, and transportation emissions by the year 2030. As one of eleven established 2030 Districts in North America, Pittsburgh is also piloting […]

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The Numbers Are In: Pittsburgh 2030 District Building Performance Revealed

County Executive, Mayor, and Green Building Alliance Announce Significant Strides Towards Aggressive Energy and Water Efficiency Goals April 29, 2015 – Nearly 200 people gathered at PPG Place’s Wintergarden on April 29 to hear the results of the 2014 Pittsburgh 2030 District Progress Report. As they waited for the details, they wondered: How will we know […]

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