In this #SmallBizEnergy Changemakers video, IMT’s partners share their energy efficiency success stories and how they connect small businesses with new opportunities to use less and save more.
In this #SmallBizEnergy Changemakers video, IMT and its partners share why energy efficiency matters to small businesses and what chambers can do to make it easier for them to take action.
In this #SmallBizEnergy Changemakers video, IMT and its partners share some helpful advice for any chamber or business organization that wants to launch its own energy efficiency program.
In this #SmallBizEnergy Changemakers video, IMT and its partners share one action every small business can take on energy efficiency.
Through the Small Business Energy Initiative, IMT collaborates with trusted local chambers of commerce and leading business organizations around the country to break down barriers and make it easier for small businesses to reap the benefits of energy efficiency and high-performing buildings.
Increasing energy efficiency in U.S. commercial, industrial, and multifamily buildings offers an unprecedented opportunity to: dramatically reduce carbon emissions boost property value while also increasing affordability save billions of dollars create thousands of jobs and supercharge economic growth improve quality of life across all of society Learn more about how IMT makes these ambitious goals … Continued
To meet ambitious goals such as 100% clean energy, cities must address building performance. This requires cities to mobilize the many organizations and individuals that influence building energy use in their jurisidiction. To change the day-to-day business practices of these individuals and organizations, city governments first need to understand the various market actors’ attitudes, interests, … Continued
IMT’s Landlord-Tenant Energy Partnership puts a spotlight on the top five reasons for landlords to install submeters, as well as successful submetering programs being implemented by real estate companies, and insights from leading energy solution providers.
Cities are increasingly acting as market catalysts to encourage and require building owners to improve energy performance. However, cities implementing building performance policies that require actions like audits or re-tuning may experience conflicts with their regulated utilities’ efficiency programs, which depend on energy savings being additional—not attributable to market adoption or preexisting laws. These utility … Continued
Data is only useful when put to use. Across the U.S., an ever-growing number of state and local jurisdictions are implementing building performance reporting laws regarding building energy and water use in the commercial and multifamily sectors. This wealth of performance information is not yet being deployed to its full potential to drive smarter business decisions … Continued