Report Summary: The goal of the Bunker Hill technical assistance panel was to find ways to expand the existing district energy system in the Bunker Hill community in a way that would optimize cost and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions across multiple property types and uses. While this report focuses on CenTrio’s Bunker Hill plant, the panel’s recommendations are meant to be scalable, to apply not only to other plants in Los Angeles, but also more broadly across the country and around the world.
This TAP focused on the 115-acre site, the Root District near downtown Minneapolis. The panel provided guidance for the establishment of a flexible net zero framework that can be used to support decision-making in the development of the district. Giv...
With support from ULI's Net Zero Imperative, ULI Kansas City worked with the KC Building Energy Exchange to assemble a TAP panel comprised of local and national experts to understand the potential for launching an energy efficiency improvement fund (...