Energy efficiency equipment and services are a vital business resource for building stakeholders such as owners, occupants, or property managers. Recognizing this, IMT helps efficiency service providers engage their customers—and potential customers—to identify gaps and opportunities to improve efficiency products and programs, drive wider and deeper engagement, and boost return on investment for all involved.

Bringing its connections with the real estate industry and government leaders to the table, IMT offers service providers unique feedback loops and tools to better reach and engage the customers who can most use and benefit from their offerings.

As an example, IMT is proud to be a long-standing teaming partner of the District of Columbia Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU). Developed from a concept co-developed by IMT during the creation of the District of Columbia Clean and Affordable Energy Act of 2008, the DCSEU delivers financial incentives, technical assistance, and information to District residents and businesses to help them save money and energy. Through the Sustainable Energy Partnership with the VEIC, IMT supports the DCSEU by identifying market barriers to efficiency in the District and developing corresponding tools and solutions to help the DCSEU make a significant community-level impact. These efforts include technical support for market transformation efforts like codes education, and program design support to overcome barriers that prevent decision makers from incorporating energy efficiency, such as connecting to the right financing for projects or tools to enable both landlords and tenants to benefit from efficiency in leased spaces.

Contact us today to learn more about our efficiency service provider engagement efforts.

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