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.

The Latest

How Does the First Federal BPS Measure Up?

The new Federal BPS could greatly impact electrification of the nation’s building stock. Amy Boyce digs into the policy’s aims and where it can go further.

Partner Spotlight: Johnson Controls

Johnson Control’s Chief Sustainability Officer Katie McGinty chats with us about prioritizing climate in supply chain management and how local governments can help businesses.

2021-2022 Annual Report

IMT’s Annual Report captures not only the organization’s successes and progress from 2021-2022, but also recaps clear market signals that continue to drive action in buildings today.

Rajiv Ravulapati

Rajiv Ravulapati is IMT’s Senior Manager of Government Engagement, where he serves to actively build and maintain relationships with IMT’s public sector clients in order to plan, propose, and implement equitable decarbonization policies that center community priorities.