Across the real estate sector, we are seeing more commitment to climate change action, from increases in investor action to rising stakeholder pressure.
IMT will manage the city’s new one-stop-shop for building performance standards.
This factsheet describes what PACE financing is, how it works, and what city governments can do to implement a PACE program for private sector buildings.
This case study describes how Minnesota put in place an effective PACE financing mechanism and has leveraged $40 million in energy efficiency and renewable energy investment through a variety of partnerships within and across government agencies.
This case study provides an overview of Connecticut’s statewide commercial financing program, the Connecticut C-PACE program, which has achieved $130.4 million total closed project financing, with an average loan amount of $546,000 and 239 closed projects.
This fact sheet describes what on-bill utility financing is and how it can help city governments enable more energy efficiency investments.
This case study lays out how New York City put in place a self-funding model to enable investments in energy efficiency over a 10 year period.
This fact sheet provides an overview of how city officials can help educate lenders about the benefits of energy-efficient buildings and how it can relate to underwriting standards.
This case study describes on-bill financing programs managed by California investor-owned utilities.
This fact sheet describes how city governments can establish revolving loan funds for energy efficiency projects in both municipal and private sector buildings.