A second blog from board member Bomee Jung addresses building better affordable housing
Bomee Jung recently joined IMT’s board and in this interview, she shares her perspectives on equity, energy and affordability.
Cliff Majersik breaks down the The Green Neighborhoods Act, which includes the SAVE Act
This paper hopes to help jurisdictions design policies and budget for programs to enable affordable housing to benefit from building performance standards.
Local governments are adopting ambitious building performance policies to achieve climate goals, but how can they preserve housing affordability?
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Commons is the first multifamily Passive House-certified retrofit project in the country.
Advancing sustainability and wellness efforts in the face of this challenging crisis can show strength and leadership while reducing operating costs, increasing building resiliency, and improving indoor health.
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.