Why utility integrated resource plans matter and how to leverage them for equitable, clean energy.
To transition to a clean power economy that includes all community members, it is important to leverage utility integrated resource plans. This guide explains IRPs and how to use them as a tool for advocacy.
Since the model ordinance’s initial publication in January 2021, the following modifications have been made.
This module is meant to provide a starting point for jurisdictions to engage with community members on building-related issues that are important to the community.
What you need to know about Boston’s building performance standards policy.
The latest developments on the trend toward Building Performance Standards
An overview of next steps for Denver’s proposed building decarbonization policy
IMT interviewed the Indianapolis Office of Sustainability Director about the city’s new benchmarking policy
Montgomery County, Maryland is set to adopt Building Performance Standards, which would make it the first US county to do so.
IMT selected Orlando nonprofit to increase community engagement, equitable climate action