Skyline Challenge

The Skyline Challenge is a multi-year competition that encourages building owners across the State to proactively meet – and exceed – air quality and energy-saving targets by evaluating their building’s energy use, setting energy-saving goals and undertaking energy-saving projects. Leading buildings will receive special recognition by Mayor Jackie Biskupski and other community leadership during an award ceremony taking place annually in July.
 

Partners

     

  

 
 
Benefits of the Challenge

Education: Trainings and seminars focused on proven solutions for energy efficiency.

Tools: Resources for creating energy action plans and tools for tracking data and progress. Networking: A forum for peers to share ideas, lessons learned, and success stories.
 
Recognition: Participants will be publicly recognized by Mayor Biskupski for their leadership and innovation in energy efficiency.   Incentives: Participants will receive guidance on maximizing rebates and incentives from utility and other market programs.

Challenge Timeline 

 
The Challenge will run from 2014 to 2020, with an awards ceremony held annually in July. 

 

Participant Actions
 
Participants will strive to collectively reduce citywide building energy use 15% by 2020. 

 

Eligibility 

The Challenge is open to all owners, managers, or tenants of existing buildings located in Utah, including buildings representing the following sectors: Commercial real estate, Retail, Hospitality, Institutional facilities (schools, universities and hospitals), Multifamily buildings, Industrial/manufacturing/warehouses. 
 
 
Interested in learning more? 
 
Email projectskyline@slcgov.com or call Peter Nelson at (801) 535-6477.