San Diego 2030 District

Private-Public Partnership for Urban Sustainability

San Diego is the latest city to become a 2030 District – a high-performance building community that aims to dramatically reduce the environmental impacts of building operations and construction. The goal is to have a 50 percent reduction in energy, water, and transportation emissions in participating buildings by 2030. Cleantech San Diego manages San Diego’s 2030 District as part of its Smart Cities San Diego initiative in collaboration with the City of San DiegoMeasurabl, DNV GL, Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Urban Land Institute Greenprint Center for Building Performance, and local business leaders.

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Partners

Steering Committee

Jason Anderson, Cleantech San Diego

Matt Ellis, Measurabl

Ari Frankel, Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.

Cody Hooven, City of San Diego

Heather Foley, Urban Land Institute San Diego-Tijuana

Sean Kinghorn, Intuit

Douglas Kot, DNV GL

Gary Matthews, UC San Diego

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