Philadelphia City Energy Project Launch Philadelphia, January 29, 2014 – Mayor Michael Nutter announced that Philadelphia has been selected to join The City Energy Project (CEP), a national, 10-city effort to significantly boost energy efficiency in large commercial buildings. Philadelphia’s participation in CEP is expected to lower energy bills by as much as $77 million and may […]
PEA Work Plan Approved After meeting with active stakeholders and reviewing the public hearing report, recommendations were reviewed, assessed for their desirability and feasibility, ranked by priority, and incorporated into the current work plan of the PEA. This work plan, approved on Jan. 9 2014, will be implemented through June 30, 2015 Click here for […]
Parks & Recreation Launches Energy Saving Field Light Initiative Philadelphia Parks & Recreation is piloting a field lighting energy conservation initiative. PP&R is using field lights only Monday to Friday, dusk to 10:30, mid-March through December. Field lights will be turned off at all other times, reducing energy usage by lowering the amount of time fields […]
City Council Proposes To Make Office of Sustainability Permanent December 17, 2013 – City Council introduced Charter Change legislation to make the Office of Sustainability permanent within city government. Their action is a testament to the good work happening all across the city and the support felt from residents and businesses to advance our shared sustainability goals. […]
EEB Hub Announces New Director Effective Dec. 1st, 2013, Dr. Martha Krebs, Executive Director of Strategic Initiatives at the University of California, Davis Office of Research has been appointed senior scientist in Penn State’s College of Engineering and principal investigator and director of the EEB Hub at the Philadelphia Navy Yard.