The generous investments and extraordinary relationships with its public, private, and nonprofit supporters keeps IMT in a leadership role promoting building energy efficiency to create a future in which the social, environmental, and economic value of energy efficiency is fully realized.
We are grateful to the following supporters whose generosity makes our work possible:
- Bloomberg Philanthropies
- Commonwealth Edison
- District of Columbia Sustainable Energy Utility
- DC Department of Energy & the Environment
- Energy Foundation
- The Kresge Foundation
- The Leon Lowenstein Foundation
- New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
- RE Tech Advisors
- The Tilia Fund
- U.S. Department of Energy
- Yardi Systems, Inc.
Funders listed above comprise major grants and awards that funded IMT work in 2020.
- Our partners believe in our work together:
We work closely with our donors and partners to make energy efficiency a reality. Their financial support and collaborations make possible our research, programs, and advocacy efforts, as well as the implementations of solutions that drive deeper investment in building and sustaining a better environment.
The City of Atlanta’s partnership with IMT through its City Energy Project bolsters our position as a national leader in energy efficiency. IMT’s expertise is a valuable tool in making significant progress toward our sustainability goals.
Former Mayor Kasim Reed, City of Atlanta
IMT is a key partner in The Kresge Foundation’s fight to address climate change. Its innovative and collaborative work with cities is transformative, and we look to IMT’s staff as reliable experts and trusted colleagues to achieve our shard goals.
Jessica E. Boehland, Senior Program Officer, Environment, The Kresge Foundation
IMT drives demand for energy efficiency by continually refining the business case and engaging the right market actors to make smart investments based on actionable intelligence.
Matt Eggers, IMT Board Member and former Vice President, Yardi Energy