Here are three ways DC’s multifamily housing industry can prioritize health and safety during the the COVID-19 pandemic while also complying with the District’s Building Energy Performance Standards (BEPS).
The Building Innovation Hub and the USGBC National Capital Region hosted a webinar to discuss how DC’s building practitioners are simultaneously addressing occupant needs around the current pandemic while also considering long-term implications of those decisions on overall building performance.
Physicians Realty Trust is leveraging green lease language to achieve its environmental goals and further integrate sustainability standards into its everyday business practices.
Get resources to make the business case for efficient buildings.
Here are some major takeaways from a Building Innovation Hub event with AOBA Educational Foundation.
This paper hopes to help jurisdictions design policies and budget for programs to enable affordable housing to benefit from building performance standards.
To demonstrate the impacts of green leasing and programs that support its adoption, IMT, the Department of Energy (DOE), and RE Tech Advisors collaborated to develop a paper for the ACEEE Summer Study.
This paper explores the impact of green leasing programs, tenant engagement, opportunities for expanding leasing programs to new space types, and potential solutions for improving the efficiency of leased space.
This City Energy Project resource dives into the business case for energy efficiency in buildings, and includes commentary from three real estate companies leading efficiency and sustainability.
This resource highlights how collaboration between landlords and tenants can drive deeper savings in tenant spaces and allow access to funds through utilities that otherwise would not be possible.