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DETROIT ENERGY CHALLENGE

The City of Detroit challenges all Detroit building owners to reduce wasted energy in buildings across the city. The buildings with the greatest reductions from their prior-year baseline will be recognized at the first annual Detroit Energy Challenge Award Ceremony in 2021.  

Enroll Once for your chance to win twice!

All Detroit Energy Challenge competitors are automatically enrolled in the Michigan Battle of the Buildings giving you the opportunity to be recognized as a Michigan's Biggest Loser in the state-wide competition.  

FREE TO COMPETE!

Collaborating Partners

Energy Star Portfolio Manager Workshop

March 26, 2019

Walker-Miller Energy Services

11:30am - 2:00pm

Detroit building owners and operators have the opportunity to learn about Energy Star Portfolio Manager, Detroit Energy Challenge, and the Detroit 2030 District.

Number of Detroit Buildings Participating in the Detroit Energy Challenge

Square Footage of Detroit Buildings Participating in the Detroit Energy Challenge

REAP THE BENEFITS OF THE CHALLENGE

IMPROVE YOUR
BOTTOM LINE
Improved energy efficiency can decrease operating expenses and increase property asset value. For example, a 10% decrease in energy use can result to a 1.5% increase in net operating income.

GET RECOGNIZED
Your business/building will receive free recognition & promotion of your participation in the Detroit Energy Challenge and the Michigan Battle of the Buildings.

EDUCATION & NETWORKING
As a participant in the Detroit Energy Challenge, you will have access to a network of organizations and companies that provide education and resources such as Detroit 2030 District and Michigan Battle of the Buildings.

 

SHOW MOTOR CITY PRIDE & LEADERSHIP
Your participation will help Detroit be recognized as a community that prioritizes green building operation and practices.

HAVE FUN
Let’s have a good time! Sign up to make sure you get all the event announcements. Saving energy is cause for celebration!

“The Detroit Energy Challenge is a great way for building owners to save operating expenses, foster healthier indoor environments for employees and residents, and to play an important part in reducing our emissions. I would like to personally challenge all Detroit building owners to be a part of this exciting challenge!”

- Joel Howrani Heeres,  Director of Sustainability for the City of Detroit