This resource highlights how collaboration between landlords and tenants can drive deeper savings in tenant spaces and allow access to funds through utilities that otherwise would not be possible.
Given that racism exists in how our workplaces, institutions, and decisions about public investment happen to make change, we must actively work to be anti-racist in the building and energy sectors.
Why the City of Fort Collins, Colorado is now using green leases.
Latham & Watkins is one of the world’s largest real estate firms, and a 2020 Green Lease Leaders Gold tenant award winner. This case study explores how green leasing is helping them reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 25%.
This case study features two 2020 Green Lease Leaders that have gone from Silver to Gold certification and how that has strengthened their organizations.
Audi Banny shared trends in green leasing from the 2020 Green Lease Leader winners
Winners of the 2020 Green Lease Leaders program, organized by the Institute for Market Transformation and the U.S. Department of Energy Better Buildings Alliance, show a path forward on cost-savings, sustainability and closer landlord-tenant relationships. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Alexandra Laney, Institute for Market Transformation, (202) 525-2883 X301; firstname.lastname@example.org U.S. Department of Energy Press Office, … Continued
Two new IMT reources help property managers respond to COVID 19.
The pandemic has changed the definition of a high-performance building.
This guide helps building owners and landlords engage tenants to optimize building energy usage while occupancy is low and or buildings are vacant.