Energy use is the one of the largest operating expense in commercial buildings, costing building owners and tenants billions of dollars annually. IMT effectively engages a wide range of private market stakeholders—building owners and tenants, brokers and real estate agents, and lenders and appraisers, among others—to improve building performance and unlock billions of dollars in investment, creating thousands of jobs, improving businesses’ bottom lines across the country, and measurably addressing America’s climate challenge.
Through these relationships, we explore and help deploy new and existing models and programs that are proven to unleash the full potential of more energy-efficient buildings via improved landlord-tenant engagement, varied financing options, and ample commercial real estate education.
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 →