Building IQ

Know Your Building. Know Your Power.

Introducing Building IQ, a City of Aspen initiative to help commercial and multi-family buildings save energy and water in a community-wide effort to keep our city, and our planet, healthy and thriving.

Through energy and water benchmarking and improvements, building owners will increase profitability, tenants will see lower utility bills, and the City will make more informed, data-driven decisions.

Download our Building IQ Info Sheet for more specific information.

We want to hear from YOU! Your opinion matters and can help shape Aspen's energy future.

  1. Attend an engagement opportunity
  2. Come to our next Council work session.
  3. Reach out directly to Laura Armstrong, the project manager and Sustainability Programs Administrator, at laura.armstrong@cityofaspen.com or 970-920-5104.

Know Your Building. Know Your Power.

Introducing Building IQ, a City of Aspen initiative to help commercial and multi-family buildings save energy and water in a community-wide effort to keep our city, and our planet, healthy and thriving.

Through energy and water benchmarking and improvements, building owners will increase profitability, tenants will see lower utility bills, and the City will make more informed, data-driven decisions.

Download our Building IQ Info Sheet for more specific information.

We want to hear from YOU! Your opinion matters and can help shape Aspen's energy future.

  1. Attend an engagement opportunity
  2. Come to our next Council work session.
  3. Reach out directly to Laura Armstrong, the project manager and Sustainability Programs Administrator, at laura.armstrong@cityofaspen.com or 970-920-5104.
  • Aspen building up to track in-town properties’ energy usage

    about 2 months ago
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    Aspen’s elected officials have taken the first steps to what will eventually lead to mandating building owners to track and reduce their energy use.

    The city’s new initiative, called “Building IQ,” is an effort to get Aspen to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by next year, and 80% by 2050.

    Commercial and residential buildings in Aspen account for 58% of greenhouse gas emissions, which is why the city is focusing on them as a way to significantly reduce its carbon footprint.


    Aspen’s elected officials have taken the first steps to what will eventually lead to mandating building owners to track and reduce their energy use.

    The city’s new initiative, called “Building IQ,” is an effort to get Aspen to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by next year, and 80% by 2050.

    Commercial and residential buildings in Aspen account for 58% of greenhouse gas emissions, which is why the city is focusing on them as a way to significantly reduce its carbon footprint.