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BUILDING ENERGY PERFORMANCE POLICY

Buildings account for 40 percent of our country's total energy use, and in cities, the percentage can be much higher—up to 75 percent. But cities and states around the U.S. are making huge strides in improving the energy efficiency of their buildings.

IMT is committed to helping them lead the way. We support leaders from across the country as they craft, adopt, and implement policies for high-performance buildings. IMT helps mayors and other decision makers achieve their sustainability goals, create jobs, and generate long-term demand for energy efficiency.

Shown above right: Chicago was the ninth U.S. city to pass a law requiring that large buildings' energy use be tracked, or benchmarked. It is one of 10 cities participating in the City Energy Project, a joint initiative of IMT and the Natural Resources Defense Council to improve energy efficiency in buildings.  

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Building Energy Performance Policy: Experts

Jessica Lawrence Associate Director, Building Energy Performance Policy See Staff Bio
Chris Castro City Advisor, City of Orlando See Staff Bio
John Andreoni Senior Program Associate See Staff Bio
Caroline Keicher Associate Director, Building Energy Performance Policy See Staff Bio
Marina V. Badoian-Kriticos City Advisor, City of Houston See Staff Bio
Jennifer Gunby City Advisor, Kansas City, Mo. See Staff Bio
Katrina Managan City Advisor, City of Denver See Staff Bio
Amy Jewel City Advisor, City of Chicago See Staff Bio
Jayson Antonoff U.S. Director, Global Buildings Performance Network See Staff Bio
Milton Bevington City Advisor, City of Boston See Staff Bio
Amberli Young Program Associate See Staff Bio
Cliff Majersik Executive Director See Staff Bio
Donna U. Hope Policy Analyst - New York City See Staff Bio
Alissa Burger Senior Program Associate See Staff Bio

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The Global Buildings Performance Network (GBPN) seeks to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with building energy use.

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