IMT report examines how governments and energy efficiency program implementers can help multifamily stakeholders use data to unlock efficiency benefits.
The Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) is a Washington, DC-based nonprofit organization promoting energy efficiency, green building and environmental protection in the United States and abroad. IMT's work addresses market failures that inhibit investment in energy efficiency and sustainability in the building sector.
More than 450,000 commercial properties are working with ENERGY STAR to make their buildings…
IMT is helping cities take the next step with energy benchmarking data.
Opportunities abound to finance energy efficiency in multifamily buildings.
The rise in green bonds is good for business and the environment.
Part three in our series recognizing IMT’s 20th anniversary.
The energy benchmarking landscape grows and more in IMT's monthly newsletter.
Building performance policies gain momentum in U.S. cities.
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The Landlord-Tenant Energy Partnership is a nationwide, industry-led project to help America's building owners and tenants implement effective energy-saving strategies in their leased building space and unlock billions of dollars in savings.Find out more →