graphic displaying 13% decrease in carbon emissions on Penn's Campus

Progress In Reducing Carbon Emissions

CAP 2.0 Goal: Achieve Total Carbon Reduction in Buildings (absolute)

  • 7% reduction by 2019 in comparison to the FY14 baseline
  • 18% reduction by 2042 in comparison to the FY14 baseline

2017 Annual Report Progress:

Carbon emissions from campus buildings decreased by over 13 percent since the 2014 baseline.



Energy Policy Roundtable in the PJM Footprint #8

The Department of Energy's Staff Report to Secretary Perry on Electricity Markets and Reliability, and DOE's subsequent Notice of Proposed Rulemaking raise a host of new questions about the ability of organized electricity markets to ensure resiliency and reliability. The Kleinman Center has a limited number of seats reserved for Penn colleagues and students. If you are a member of the Penn community and interested in attending, please contact Bill Cohen: For more information, visit the website.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 - 8:00am to 12:45pm
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