Affordability is essential to getting the biggest greenhouse gas reductions across the country by ensuring that people and families across all income levels are able to both implement energy efficiency in their homes and spaces, and reap the benefits of energy efficiency as well. To learn more about IMT’s strategies for affordability, check out our resources below.

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Meet the Women of Energy Efficiency

In celebration of Women’s History Month in March, IMT spoke with women who are leading the way on high-performance buildings and the energy efficiency industry.

Energy Efficiency: The Swiss Army Knife of Clean Energy

Meeting global climate challenges will require every tool we have. Energy efficiency is many packed into one. Image: Unsplash.com From more frequent and intense natural disasters to growing electricity demand and costs, climate-related challenges are on the rise for everyone. Meeting these extraordinary challenges head-on requires an all-hands-on-deck effort to transform our energy future and … Continued

Empowering Small Businesses: Energy Symposium Report-Out

Chambers of commerce and similar organizations are trusted thought leaders and primary connectors to small businesses. They have the power to effectively work with their members as well as key energy efficiency influencers such as utilities, banks, and local governments to ignite greater interest and investment in building performance and secure deeper savings in hard-to-reach … Continued

Valuing Energy Efficiency in Multifamily Housing: CheckMate Realty and Development

Valuing Energy Efficiency, a new package of case studies from the Institute for Market Transformation (IMT), examines the financial outlay and impact of energy efficient retrofits on a range of building types across the U.S., to show that building owners don’t need a billion dollar budget nor a large floorplate to reap all the benefits … Continued

IMT Joins Home Energy Information Accelerator to Expand Energy Efficiency

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Katie Weeks, Director of Communications, Katie.weeks@imt.org; 202-525-2883, x306 Accelerator will focus on expanding energy efficiency in the residential sector. Washington, D.C.—June 2, 2015—The Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) is pleased to announced that is has joined the Better Buildings Home Energy Information Accelerator, one of two new Better Buildings Accelerators from … Continued

Valuing Energy Efficiency in Multifamily Housing: Continental Plaza

Valuing Energy Efficiency, a new package of case studies from the Institute for Market Transformation (IMT), examines the financial outlay and impact of energy efficient retrofits on a range of building types across the U.S., to show that building owners don’t need a billion dollar budget nor a large floorplate to reap all the benefits … Continued