The list of technologies and manufacturers is updated periodically. To have your technology considered for inclusion in the 2030 Districts Marketplace, please email RFI@2030Districts.org and you will be added to the Distribution List.
In an effort to streamline the technology procurement process and provide 2030 District Members with special incentives, the 2030 Districts Network has established the 2030 Districts Marketplace.
The 2030 Districts Marketplace provides 2030 District Members and Partners with access to special pricing on technologies to help them meet their efficiency goals.
Benefits to Purchasers
Benefits to Suppliers
The 2030 Districts Marketplace web platform was developed in partnership with Architecture 2030. Architecture 2030 is leading this program with funding from the US Department of Energy. StopWaste is assisting this program with in-kind assistance from the Department of Energy, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Environmental Protection Agency
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About the 2030 Districts Network
2030 Districts® (“2030 Districts”) were established as a grassroots effort that, through private/ public partnerships, bringing property owners and managers together with local governments, businesses, and community stakeholders to provide a business model for urban sustainability through collaboration, leveraged financing, and shared resources. Together they benchmark, develop, and implement creative strategies, best practices, and verification methods for measuring progress towards a common goal of meeting energy, water, and vehicle emissions reduction targets for existing buildings and new construction. 2030 Districts have been formed in Seattle, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Los Angeles, Denver, Stamford, San Francisco, Dallas, Toronto, Albuquerque, San Antonio, Grand Rapids, Austin, Portland, Burlington, Ithaca, Detroit and Philadelphia.