UPDATE: PEA is Hiring a Program Coordinator. Complete job description available here.
UPDATE: REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS for a GESA project at the Philadelphia Art Museum. Response Deadline July 6, 2017 at 5:00 PM. More information available here.
The Philadelphia Energy Authority is an independent municipal authority focused on issues of energy affordability and sustainability for Philadelphia’s government and its citizens. Established in 2010 by City Council and Mayor Nutter, the PEA seeks systemic solutions to our energy challenges, supporting the work of a robust community of energy experts, advocates, and champions citywide.
On Wednesday, December 14, 2016, the Philadelphia Energy Authority released our Energy Campaign Progress Report. The report details our progress and path toward creating 10,000 jobs from local investment in energy efficiency and clean energy. View the report here.
The Philadelphia Energy Campaign, a 10-year initiative to leverage $1 billion in investment in energy efficiency and clean energy across four key sectors: City buildings, the School District of Philadelphia, low-income residential housing and small businesses. Our goal is to create 10,000 jobs, reach 25,000 households and support 2,500 small businesses. Learn more here.
Our Vision: Philadelphia will serve as a national model for implementing energy strategies which improve the health of the community and local economy.