Improve the efficiency of the built environment in Tucson and mitigate the effects of climate change.
What We Do
The Tucson 2030 District provides building owners and managers support and roadmaps for developing high performance, energy and water efficient buildings, by leveraging community and resource partners. Upgrading District buildings with the most up to date technological advances, commonly known as retrofitting, will result in lower costs, higher rental revenues and occupancy rates, greater tenant attraction and retention, increased real estate values and enhanced economic development through job growth. The resultant savings in energy and water use and the co-benefits of reduced CO2 emissions will assist in mitigating climate change and support Tucson's commitment to align with the Paris Climate accords.