Back in September, at the Just Energy Summit—a virtual conference this year, hosted by the Partnership for Southern Equity (PSE)—the session I was most excited about was the one on public utility commissions. I’m always eager to hear the ways that folks make the rather dry and esoteric topic of utility regulation both relevant and engaging, and … Continued
The history of modern building codes has largely been reactionary. With climate change upon us, we need to build codes for the future.
In the first part of this two-part series, we will discuss EECC’s near-term goals in its new home at IMT, and its role in the current socio-economic environment.
This blog takes a look at the challenges for gas bans and what they could mean for the transition to cleaner energy and buildings.
By purposefully managing energy usage, we can better match the demand for power with the availability of clean energy
Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives’ Select Committee on the Climate Crisis released a sprawling 538-page blueprint for climate action. The proposal is more ambitious than any legislation seriously considered by Congress in a decade. It calls for a price on carbon and addresses every aspect of the American economy, calling for a transition … Continued
Latham & Watkins is one of the world’s largest real estate firms, and a 2020 Green Lease Leaders Gold tenant award winner. This case study explores how green leasing is helping them reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 25%.
Public Utility Commissions can spur decarbonization by expanding their mandate to include climate.
This resource helps to better understand greenhouse gas emissions and how buildings and their operations contribute to those emissions.
Winners of the 2020 Green Lease Leaders program, organized by the Institute for Market Transformation and the U.S. Department of Energy Better Buildings Alliance, show a path forward on cost-savings, sustainability and closer landlord-tenant relationships. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Alexandra Laney, Institute for Market Transformation, (202) 525-2883 X301; email@example.com U.S. Department of Energy Press Office, … Continued