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  • 100% Renewable Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Infrastructure + Emergency Backup Power

    Pittsburgh, PA, USA

    The goal of the project was to acquire 100% renewably energized electric vehicle charging units for the City's growing fleet of electric vehicles while integrating the development of a resilience strategy.

    Grants
    State and local grants
    The City of Pittsburgh Office of Management and Budget on behalf of Equipment Leasing Authority
  • Pismo Beach uses new process to create a roadmap for technology & data project implementation

    Pismo Beach, CA, USA

    Pismo Beach used the Better Cities Today™ program, implemented by ENGIE and Nutter Consulting, to uncover opportunities and define priorities for technology and data projects that would advance existing City goals and improve serv...

    Public Private Partnership
    Office of the City Manager
  • Barbados Coastal Infrastructure Program improves shorelines & expands local economic development

    Barbados

    To protect natural resources, a primary driver for economic opportunity tied to tourism, IADB helped Barbados invest in significant shoreline stabilization and erosion control projects, especially in the Holetown Beach area.

    Grants
    Bonds & Loans
  • Becoming the Most Walkable City in the Pacific Northwest Using Smart Data

    Tigard, OR, USA

    The City of Tigard made significant progress towards its goal of becoming the most walkable city in the Pacific Northwest. The City used State of Place to quantify existing walkability conditions and forecast future redevelopment ...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Economic Development Department
  • Building a Smarter Sewer System to Reduce Overflows in Greater Cincinnati

    Cincinnati, OH, USA

    To keep sewage mixed with stormwater out of waterways during rain events, Metropolitan Sewer District built a smarter sewer system that costs less than any other solution. Using sensors and computers, we can now monitor and redire...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (MSD)
  • Retain Your Rain

    Norfolk, VA, USA

    Retain your rain seeks to engage residents in a city-wide systemic approach to stormwater management by encouraging the use of small-scale green infrastructure on their properties. This reduces the amount of water that goes into t...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Grants
    City Manager's Office of Resilience
  • City of San Diego Enhances Community Plan Updates with Planning Software

    San Diego, CA, USA

    With 52 community planning areas, the City of San Diego typically has 5-7 community plan updates in progress at any given time. The City’s Planning Department is using UrbanFootprint to help improve and cost-efficiently manage the...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
  • The First Environmental Impact Bond: DC Water's Quest to Finance Green Infrastructure

    Washington, DC, USA

    In partnership with DC Water, Quantified Ventures closed the first Environmental Impact Bond (EIB), a Pay For Success transaction, in 2016. This financing mechanism allowed DC Water to share the performance risk of their green inf...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Environmental Impact Bond
    Public Works (DC's water utility)
  • City of San Antonio Sustainability Plan Project

    San Antonio, TX, USA

    The City of San Antonio Office of Sustainability worked closely with KLA to create a sustainability plan that was informed by extensive community engagement and best available science. These efforts resulted in an interactive sus...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Office of Sustainability
  • Using Sensors to Increase Recycling Rates in The City of Atlanta

    Atlanta, GA, USA

    Project deployed embedded chips in all of the city's residential solid waste and recycling bins. Chip readers were then placed on the city's solid waste trucks along with GPS trackers and cellular connections to record and broadca...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Public Works, Information Technology, Mayor's Office of Sustainability and Resilience
  • Identifying and Avoiding Recycling Contamination in Atlanta

    Atlanta, GA, USA

    Project deployed a smartphone application in the city's recycling truck fleet. The application monitors the movement of the vehicles through the city, the time and location of each stop, and other telemetry from the recycling pick...

    Public Private Partnership
    Public Works and the Mayor's Office of Sustainability and Resilience
  • SES Water Conservation Program

    Surrey, UK

    Customers answer simple questions and are able to see how much water they use and what they can save using the aqKWa Savings Engine™.The personalized SES Water portal provides insights on where they can reduce water/energy use, of...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Water Department
  • Creating protective infrastructure to reduce coastal risk, enhance aquatic habitat, and foster social resilience

    Staten Island, NY, USA

    Located off the southernmost point in New York City, Living Breakwaters is an innovative resilient infrastructure designed to reduce coastal risk, enhance aquatic ecosystems, and foster access, education, and stewardship. The proj...

    Federal grants
    State and local grants
    NY Governor's Office of Storm Recovery w/ support from NYC Mayor’s Office and Dpt of Parks and Recreation
  • Closed Loop Water Infrastructure at the San Diego International Airport

    San Diego, CA, USA

    The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, the agency that manages the day-to-day operations of San Diego International Airport (SAN), is pursuing an integrated approach to managing water quality, water use, and flood resili...

    General Fund/Existing Public Funds
    Philanthropic grants
    San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
  • Mission Avenue Complete Street

    Oceanside, CA, USA

    Mission Avenue Streetscape is a “complete green street” in Oceanside, San Diego County. This project implemented a ‘road diet’ to support local businesses, make the area more enjoyable, and include storm water BMPs.

    State and local grants
    Tax Increment Financing (TIF)
    The City of Oceanside Public Works Division