Green Lease Leaders Application Period Extended to March 9Published: Feb 28, 2018 Announcement
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Chris Potter, Senior Communications Associate
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Washington, DC (February 28, 2018) —The deadline for the 2018 Green Lease Leaders™ application period has been extended to Friday, March 9 at 11:59 PM EST. Green Lease Leaders is a national recognition program created by IMT and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Alliance. Now in its fifth year, the program celebrates and validates landlords and tenants who are breaking down long-standing barriers to high-performance buildings by addressing building energy and water use through smart lease clauses and corporate guidelines.
Commercial office, industrial, and retail landlords and tenants, as well as transaction teams (a combination of landlord, tenants or brokers for a single real estate deal) are eligible for recognition. Click on the links below to learn more about how to become a Green Lease Leader and join this growing community of leading-edge real estate professionals and organizations.
- VISIT the Green Lease Leaders website
- DOWNLOAD the Green Lease Leaders Landlord and Tenant Reference Guides
- REGISTER and apply for Landlord, Tenant, or Team Transaction categories by March 9, 2018
- WATCH How to Become a Green Lease Leader: The Latest in High-Performance Leasing Practices and Recognition
Those receiving the Green Lease Leader designation will be announced later this year at an industry event (TBD), presented with an official certificate and seal for their achievements, and featured on the Green Lease Leaders and Better Buildings websites, in a national media campaign, webinars, case studies, and more.
ABOUT IMT: The Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) is a national nonprofit organization focused on increasing energy efficiency in buildings to save money, drive economic growth and job creation, reduce harmful pollution, and tackle climate change. IMT ignites greater investment in energy-efficient buildings through hands-on expert guidance, technical and market research, policy and program development and deployment, and promotion of best practices and knowledge exchange. IMT’s efforts lead to important new policy outcomes, widespread changes in practice, and ultimately, lasting market shifts toward greater energy efficiency, with substantial benefits for the economy and the environment. Follow us on Twitter at @IMT_speaks.