Participating jurisdictions are committed to passing a building performance policy by Earth Day 2024.
Community-centered policymaking requires active engagement with residents long after a policy has been passed. A Community Accountability Board is a useful example for jurisdictions considering a building performance standard.
This roadmap graphic demonstrates how continuously engaging with community stakeholders can lead to transformative solutions for building performance policies.
This graphic shows how a space built to a more efficient energy code increases comfort and results in lower energy bills for your home and business.
This map highlights Canadian policies for existing buildings.
This infographic shows how a building performance standard in your jurisdiction can benefit you and your communities.
Visual explanation of the top 10 ways energy code reduces operating costs for office buildings.
Visual explanation of the top 10 ways energy code reduces operating costs for retail buildings.
This PDF presentation is part of a suite of resources for a Model Building Performance Standard Ordinance, created by the Institute for Market Transformation (IMT).
This map summarizes at a glance which U.S. jurisdictions have passed building performance standards for commercial buildings that require performance improvements in a wide range of buildings over time. It is part of a larger suite of BPS-focused resources, all of which are available at imt.org/bps. This map will be kept current as jurisdictions pass … Continued