The City’s energy conservation goals are to reduce energy consumption, increase energy efficiency and ultimately reduce utility costs, greenhouse gas emissions and the carbon footprint of our community.
Check out the energy dashboard for real-time updates on our city buildings' energy consumption and annual savings.You can also compare the performances of city buildings, check the weather and much more!
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Programs
The City of Tempe is committed to conserving energy. Our energy efficiency programs include 600,000 square feet of municipal building retrofits, retrofits for nearly 20% of the city’s streetlights, energy efficient water treatment, hybrid-electric vehicles in the city’s fleet and the recent adoption of the 2009 International Energy & Conservation Code. The City encourages renewable energy generation in residential, commercial and government buildings and has partnered with the Department of Energy, APS, and the Arizona Commerce Authority to install a solar ramada in Tempe Beach Park.
|Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Programs
Renewable Energy Programs
What You Can Do
There are many simple steps you can take to save energy. Check out the links below for helpful resources for residents, businesses and kids to start saving energy and money today.
|Things You Can Do|
What's Going on in Tempe
- ASU Campus Metabolism - An interactive web tool that displays real-time energy use on ASU's campus