For nearly 25 years, IMT has partnered with government, business, and philanthropy to explore the frontier of action to improve the spaces where we live, work, and play. Our innovations have helped policymakers reduce carbon emissions and energy costs across billions of square feet of real estate in major U.S. cities; empowered real estate leaders … Continued
Why electrification needs energy efficiency: part II of the “Efficiency With” building energy blog series.
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.
As IMT’s new Associate Director of Utility and Regulatory Strategy, Julia Eagles plays a key role in helping IMT engage more effectively with utilities at the local, state, and national level. In this staff profile, Julia shares her path to IMT and what she’s excited to accomplish this year.
As IMT’s Associate Director of Utility and Regulatory Strategy, Julia is responsible for developing and deploying local, state, and national level strategies to achieve broad-scale transformation.
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 describes on-bill financing programs managed by California investor-owned utilities.
Partnerships are powerful. From multinational climate change efforts down to neighborhood recycling and composting initiatives, combining skills and capacity makes any undertaking more manageable. For cities looking to take meaningful climate action, partnering with their utilities is a smart strategy. Take the city of Denver, Colorado for example. Denver recently entered into a formal partnership with … Continued
The report helps cities and utilities evaluate the opportunity to use agreements to meet their climate and energy goals. It offers insights and lessons learned from several U.S. cities and investor-owned electric utilities.
This guide focuses on the key steps that cities should take to engage their energy and water utilities around the development and implementation of a building performance policy.