April 30, 2018
City Buildings Energy Campaign Energy News Residential
Though it might not seem all that glamorous, Philadelphia’s switch to 2018 energy efficiency building standards will have far-reaching... Read More
Projects that move the needle on carbon reduction are bringing established companies, investors and entrepreneurs to the city.
Statewide, the number of clean energy jobs already outpaces the number of fossil fuel jobs.
Reducing the energy burden for Philadelphians means homes that are safe, warm, healthy and affordable for the long term.
In public buildings, schools, homes and businesses, clean and efficient energy is a vehicle for improving the health of our communities.
The Philadelphia Energy Authority, through the leadership and support of City Council President Darrell Clarke, launched the Philadelphia Energy Campaign in February 2016 to create jobs, strengthen communities, cut energy bills and reduce Philadelphia’s carbon footprint. The Campaign will leverage $1 billion in public and private financing to invest in clean energy and energy efficiency projects in four key sectors. Learn more
PEA recently launched Solarize Philly, the first city-wide solarize initiative. It allows homeowners to band together to install solar together at a reduced price, and supports solar training in public schools and solar access for all of Philadelphia’s neighborhoods.
SoNo Redevelopment Project in Northern Liberties Among 11 Local Grant Recipients The Philadelphia Energy Authority (PEA), an agency authorized... Read More