One Year Later: the City of Los Angeles’s First Sustainability Plan Annual Report

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The City of Los Angeles has released its first annual report highlighting a 19% reduction in water consumption, expansion of solar and energy storage, enrollment of over 27 million square feet in the LA Better Buildings Challenge, and energy savings over 912 GigaWatt-hours (GWh). Successes contributing to this reduction include:

  • Upgrades of over 16 million incandescent light bulbs;
  • The City’s first net-zero energy pilot at the Studio City Gymnasium;
  • Strong energy management and energy data review by the General Services Department and LADWP;
  • Engagement with commercial buildings and realtors;
  • Workforce education and training, including the Green Janitors Program.

To review the Annual Report, click here.

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