This blog explores how efficiency and demand management can smooth over some of the challenges of the renewable energy transition.
Frank Oswald, St. Louis Building Commissioner, and Rajiv Ravulapati explain how they engaged with stakeholders in support of the Building Energy Performance Standard.
For nearly 25 years, IMT has partnered with government, business, and philanthropy to explore the frontier of action to improve the spaces where we live, work, and play. Our innovations have helped policymakers reduce carbon emissions and energy costs across billions of square feet of real estate in major U.S. cities; empowered real estate leaders … Continued
Why electrification needs energy efficiency: part II of the “Efficiency With” building energy blog series.
At an invite-only event in Washington, DC, representatives of 14 localities came together in early March to discuss a transformational approach to addressing the carbon crisis in our cities.
Electrification is a key component of a comprehensive city decarbonization strategy. How can cities use building performance standards to advance electrification?
Robust decarbonization means transforming energy supply and demand. To advance these efforts, we will need to shift the way building owners and tenants, city leaders, utility representatives, and communities think about buildings and the role of energy efficiency.
In this staff profile, Marshall shares how his current role as a sustainability analyst at Integral Group, and his position as Co-Chair of D.C.’s BEPS Task Force are helping him advance decarbonization in D.C.
Here is a behind-the-scenes look at how Ross MacWhinney is helping NYC’s Office of Sustainability fight climate change in the commercial capital of the U.S.
To our partners, colleagues, and stakeholders: As we wrap up 2019, I’d like to pause for a moment to reflect on recent accomplishments and discuss how the Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) is approaching some big changes I see emerging in the decade ahead. As many of you know, I was thrilled to step into … Continued