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New City Energy Project Resource Library Gives Cities a Blueprint for Climate Action

New, free collection of pioneering tools shows cities how to reduce building energy waste to meet ambitious climate goals.     Across the country, U.S. mayors and local leaders are taking action on ambitious and aggressive climate goals. To make these goals a reality, today the Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) and the Natural Resources … Continued

How Cities’ Building Performance Policies Create Energy Efficiency Data Utilities Can Use (Webinar Recording)

(Updated 8/8/18) A growing number of local governments are implementing building performance programs and policies that may require benchmarking and transparency, audits, or retrocommissioning. In the process, they generate data about the energy intensity, equipment, and fuel sources of commercial and multifamily buildings. What can utilities do with this information, and what areas of collaboration … Continued

Sparkfund to Donate Portion of Value from “We Are Still In” Projects to IMT

Contact: Angela Ferrante, Chief Marketing Officer, Sparkfund, (844) 867-7275 Eugene Hunt, Trevi Communications for Sparkfund, (978) 750-0333 Katie Weeks, Communication Director, IMT, (202) 525-2883, x306 Company will donate one percent of “We Are Still In” technology subscription projects to fund climate action. Washington, DC – March 22, 2018 – Sparkfund announced today … Continued

IMT Joins Home Energy Information Accelerator to Expand Energy Efficiency

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Katie Weeks, Director of Communications,; 202-525-2883, x306 Accelerator will focus on expanding energy efficiency in the residential sector. Washington, D.C.—June 2, 2015—The Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) is pleased to announced that is has joined the Better Buildings Home Energy Information Accelerator, one of two new Better Buildings Accelerators from … Continued