Better Buildings Challenge
Mayor's Office of Sustainability
Let's Make Our Buildings Better
The City of Chattanooga has joined the US Department of Energy's Better Buildings Challenge and pledged to reduce energy consumption in 200 City-owned buildings by 20 percent over the next decade.
Now, Mayor Berke is challenging organizations across the City to take the challenge and build a more sustainable Chattanooga.
Sign up to show your support, find out how to join the challenge, and be the first to know about important updates on this initiative.
As part of the City's commitment to reducing energy consumption in City-owned buildings, the City of Chattanooga commits to completing a showcase project. Showcase projects demonstrate the City's immediate, concrete actions resulting in significant and real savings.
Stay tuned for more information on the City's showcase project
Join the Challenge
Your organization can join the City of Chattanooga in accepting the Department of Energy's Better Buildings challenge and find innovative ways to save energy in your facilities.
Better Buildings Challenge News
- Time Free Press 1/19/16 "Chattanooga to participate in challenge to build better buildings"
- Chattanoogan 1/19/16 "Mayor Andy Berke Accepts DOE's Better Buildings Challenge"
- Nooga.com 1/19/16 "City joins challenge to reduce energy consumption by 20 percent"
Chattanooga Better Buildings Progress
Chattanooga Better Buildings Challenge Participants
Office of Sustainability