As a trusted, nonpartisan advisor for local, regional, state, and federal policymakers, IMT continuously facilitates collaboration between public and private sector stakeholders to drive demand for high-performance buildings that unleash a variety of environmental, economic, and social benefits for cities across the U.S. Interested in learning more IMT’s work with cities to drive market demand for efficiency and high-performance buildings? Check out our blogs and resources below.

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Women in Energy Efficiency: Kelly Crandall

In this Q&A, Kelly, now Uplight’s Director of Risk and Compliance, shared how her current role is creating more sustainable energy opportunities for people and businesses around the world.

Providing Local Market Support for a Building Performance Standard

For cities exploring building performance standards, a high-performance building hub provides critical guidance, technical assistance, or access to available incentives to building owners, designers, contractors, and operators. This brief for policymakers explores why a city should consider offering a high-performance hub and outlines key steps in figuring out how to set one up. It is … Continued

Stronger Together: Efficiency With Instead of Efficiency First

Robust decarbonization means transforming energy supply and demand. To advance these efforts, we will need to shift the way building owners and tenants, city leaders, utility representatives, and communities think about buildings and the role of energy efficiency.