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City and County of Denver, CO

Energy Performance

Goal

20%

Reduction in Energy Intensity by 2020

Commitment

6.64

Million Square Feet


Progress

6%

Cumulative (vs Baseline)

0%

Annual (2013)

Data

View Details on Denver's Progress to Date


Showcase Projects

The Alliance Center-Living Block
Living City Block-Downtown Denver
Denver, CO

Background

The City and County of Denver has made energy efficiency a core tenant of the Greenprint Denver sustainability initiative. Through its partnership with the Better Buildings Challenge, the City has committed to reducing energy use by 20 percent by 2020 across its building portfolio, which totals more than 6 million square feet. Mayor Michael B. Hancock plans to use the City's leadership to challenge private building owners, the non-profit sector, and schools to pledge similar energy reduction goals. Denver will undertake a number of energy savings projects within its own buildings, educate external partners through outreach programs, and showcase significant projects throughout the community, including a deep retrofit of the Alliance Center and the Living City Block program.

Skyline from City Park Denver