Who owns Climate Action Center facilities?

Climate Action Center facilities can be owned by governments, academic institutes or private companies. Typically the CAC facility will be owned and operated by an organization that is already involved in some manner in CO2 reduction (sustainability) or climate change adaptation (resiliency) projects such as a local or regional government or possibly an academic institute.

In some cases, CAC facilities can be owned by private companies, especially if the company is one that plans to use Digital Engineering and Concurrent Design methods during project execution / delivery.  Furthermore, some of our industry partners operate their own Digital Engineering / Concurrent Design facilities and these can be rented out on an as needed basis for individual projects.

The CAC Foundation does not own and operate facilities.