The City of Cincinnati is committed to greening its power purchases. Currently, the City has 1.9 MW of renewable energy spread throughout 28 City facilities. In 2015, the City opened the country’s 1st Net Zero, LEED Platinum District 3 Police station. In 2018, the City began purchasing 100% renewable energy for all non-utility City facilities. This deal saves over $100,000 annually and reduces Cincinnati's greenhouse gas emissions by 9.1%. The City is also in early stages of constructing a 25MW solar array using public owned land. These installations will represent the largest on-site solar commitment of any municipality in the United States. These are both important parts of the City’s recently adopted Green Cincinnati Plan which highlights a number of sustainability recommendations including the transition to 100% renewable energy by 2035. These accomplishments ensure the City of Cincinnati will continue to lead on Sustainability efforts into the future, including the 80 percent reduction of carbon emissions by 2050, which the transition to renewables will play a key role in.