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.
Why and how IMT’s first social priority brief addresses indoor health
What you need to know about Boston’s building performance standards policy.
A new framework for addressing climate, social equity, and community resilience via better buildings.
Interview with Margaret Lo about the BuildUp 2030 Framework for the Transformation of Real Estate
A summary of the What It Takes series operations event on July 27 hosted by the Building Innovation Hub and Clark Construction Group.
A second blog from board member Bomee Jung addresses building better affordable housing
The best way to lower energy use in commercial buildings is to replace inefficient traditional leases with performance-based alternatives.