- Transform all City facilities into "net zero" energy users.
- Reduce total energy use in the community.
- Increase renewable energy generation and market share.
- Number of megawatts of renewable energy capacity on City facilities.
- Established Commercial Building Commissioning and Upgrade Plan.
- Number of loans made to incentivize energy efficiency in commercial buildings.
- Number of LEED and EnergyStar buildings in the City.
- Number of kw of solar energy capacity in city limits.
- 1.4 MW in 2010.
- No program in place in 2010.
- No loan program in place in 2010.
- 38 LEED certified buildings, 34 EnergyStar facilities and 11,800 EnergyStar homes in 2011.
- 0.788 MW in 2010.
- 2.5 MW.
- Program launched, 100 buildings recommissioned and/or upgraded through program by 2015.
- Provide $250k of loans through the e2-RLF by 2015.
- 10% increase by 2015.
- 10 MW by 2015.
- 2.79 MW Salt Lake City added 4 solar projects in 2014/2015. The three 2014 projects were the Public Safety Building: Rooftop, Public Safety Building: Solar Farm, and Plaza 349: Rooftop. The 2015 project was the Glendale Library. (Note: Total does not include generation from City's 4 solar thermal projects.)
- Salt Lake City launched the Mayor's Skyline Challenge in 2014. This multi-year competition encourages commercial building owners to evaluate their energy usage, set savings targets and initiate energy-saving projects. Progress of the challenge will be tracked by City staff and more details are available at slcgov.com/projectskyline
- Program is in place, money is available and applications are now being accepted.
- 62 LEED Certified Buildings, 108 Energy Star Facilities, 13123 Energy Star Homes.
- Information requested from Rocky Mountain Power.