High-performance buildings provide significant advantages for building owners and users. Commercial buildings enjoy higher occupancy levels, rental rates, and sale prices; in the residential sector, consumer demand for green homes (and the lower utility bills they bring) is at an all-time high.
IMT’s finance policy program develops solutions that encourage homeowners, building owners, tenants, and financial institutions to consider building energy performance when making investment decisions. We focus on changing business as usual, integrating efficiency considerations into tried-and-true business processes in order to achieve broad market transformation.
Our expert staff offers guidance to the real estate and financial sectors, educating brokers, appraisers, and other stakeholders. We engage with cities and commercial stakeholders on energy efficiency financing models and program implementation. Our commercial real estate engagement team also promotes green leasing, a model that aligns incentives so both owners and tenants win when they save energy.
The City Energy Project is a national initiative to create healthier and more prosperous American cities by improving the energy efficiency of buildings.Find out more →
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 →