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Whether you are a building owner or tenant taking first steps to control energy use in a building or space, or a Mayor or city sustainability director looking to take the next big step in harnessing the multiple benefits of energy efficiency, IMT has resources that can help. We focus on the identifying the market paradigms that prevent public and private markets from embracing energy efficiency at scale and create research, program, and policy solutions that help drive deeper investment in high-performance buildings. Scroll through our reports, case studies, infographics, and more below or create a custom search to find the resources that best meet your needs.
Measuring the Potential Impact of Green Leases in the U.S. Office Sector
Bringing Building Energy Performance Data to the Market
What is Green Worth? Unveiling High-Performance Home Premiums in Washington, D.C.
The Benefits of Benchmarking Building Performance
Establishing a Plan to Achieve Energy Code Compliance in Cities
Home Energy Efficiency and Mortgage Risks
|Title Descending Ascending||Date Descending Ascending||Author||Program Area||Pub. Type|
|Map: U.S. City Policies: Building Benchmarking, Transparency, and Beyond||2017||IMT||Policy||Graphics|
|Map: U.S. Building Benchmarking and Transparency Policies||2017||IMT||Policy||Graphics|
|Stakeholder Engagement Guide: California Assembly Bill 802 Data Access and Benchmarking Policy||2017||Jayson Antonoff, Leonard Kolstad||Policy||Report|
|Overview of Utility Engagement Issues||2017||Alissa Burger, Jayson Antonoff, Kelly Crandall||Codes, Policy||Report|
|Guide to Internal Financing for Energy Efficiency in Retail||2017||IMT, RILA||Finance & Real Estate||Case Study, Collection|
|Guide to External Financing for Energy Efficiency in Retail||2017||IMT, RILA||Finance & Real Estate||Collection, Fact Sheet/Brief|