IMT’s resources provide clear guidance and insights into the most vital building performance issues facing local governments and businesses across North America. Whether you are a building owner or tenant taking first steps to control energy use, or a Mayor or city sustainability director looking to take the next leap in harnessing the benefits of energy efficiency, IMT has technical and policy resources that can help you drive deeper investment in higher performance and greater savings in buildings. Browse our reports, guides, case studies, infographics, and more below or create a custom search to find the resources that best meet your needs.
Tenants searching for modern, flexible, and modular offices are finding green leases that account for energy efficiency, sustainability, and health & wellness offer a platform to ensure their own corporate and individual goals are met.
This resource examines hurdles that NYC landlords and tenants may face in compliance to Local Law 97 and identifies next steps for collaboratively improving building performance and driving down energy use and associated carbon emissions across the city.
Audit, Retrocommissioning, and Building Performance Standard Implementation Considerations for Policymakers This...
In the U.S., buildings account for more than 70% of electricity usage and 29% of gas consumption. The math is clear:...
City Energy Project: Introduction to Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Financing for City Officials
This factsheet describes what PACE financing is, how it works, and what city governments can do to implement a PACE program for private sector buildings.
This case study describes how Minnesota put in place an effective PACE financing mechanism and has leveraged $40 million in energy efficiency and renewable energy investment through a variety of partnerships within and across government agencies.
This case study provides an overview of Connecticut's statewide commercial financing program, the Connecticut C-PACE program, which has achieved $130.4 million total closed project financing, with an average loan amount of $546,000 and 239 closed projects.
This fact sheet describes what on-bill utility financing is and how it can help city governments enable more energy efficiency investments.