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IMT and the Appraisal Institute release a new guide for green appraisal.
So, you are thinking about retrofitting an existing building or building a new one with green, high performance, and energy-efficient features. What is the best way for you to position your building from a valuation standpoint? Because these buildings are different, owners have had to change not only how they design, build, and market, but also how they approach financing and … Continued
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What Delaware needs to make widespread adoption of energy-efficient homes a reality.
If interest is high in building energy efficiency in the United States, why aren’t investments in efficiency growing? Experts from local and federal governments, the private sector, and non-government organizations explored that question at a June 2013 Roundtable Dialogue in Washington, D.C., convened by the Johnson Controls Institute for Building Efficiency (IBE) and the Institute … Continued
Ramping up buildings' efficiency to stem carbon pollution.
The Sensible Accounting to Value Energy (SAVE) Act, S. 1106
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IMT, Appraisal Institute Collaborate on Updated Guide, Which Explains the Effects of Energy Performance on Property Value