Better Buildings Goal Achievers
Better Buildings Goal Achievers are leaders in energy efficiency and stand as an example for their peers in the public and private sectors. Goal Achievers have met their Better Buildings Challenge commitment to reduce their portfolio-wide energy use by 20% - 25% in 10 years or less. Better Buildings partners and their achievements are recognized each year at the annual Summit.
Congratulations 2022 Goal Achievers!
Click on each organization to learn more about our 2022 goal achievers, what goals they set, and how they reached them.
- Bullitt County Public Schools, KY*
- District of Columbia Housing Authority
- Fort Worth Independent School District
- Jamaica Plains Neighborhood Development
- Knoxville, TN (City of)
- Legrand North and Central America*
Explore Previous Goal Achievers from 2014 - 2021
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*Indicates the partner set and achieved an additional Challenge goal after achieving their first.
Who can join and what is the commitment? Review more Frequently Asked Questions about the Better Buildings Challenge and the different ways partners can be involved.
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