Every jurisdiction—local, state, or federal—has a role to play in creating better buildings. Public policy that is developed in collaboration with real estate and community representatives is a key path to making this happen.
At IMT, we believe that building performance policies can:
Increase community representation and power via democratized policy development processes.
Drive action toward a community’s climate goals.
Improve quality of life by protecting building occupant health and promoting energy affordability and economic inclusiveness.
Provide building investors, operators, owners, and tenants certainty of performance over the lifetime of a building.
Advance building electrification and clean energy while optimizing grid resilience and disaster response.
IMT’s Corporate Engagement Opportunities Program
Learn more about how to prepare yourself and your clients for building performance policies, avoid non compliance fees and risk from policy exposure, save time on self-education, and stay competitive in your offerings with resources from IMT’s Corporate Engagement Opportunities program.