To get a sense of how benchmarking is influencing real estate management on the ground, IMT spoke with Chris Meinert, Chief Engineer for the Embassy Suites by Hilton St. Louis Downtown.
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.
St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson has signed into law the first Building Performance Standard in the Midwest.
On April 20, the St. Louis Board of Aldermen voted to adopt the Midwest’s first Building Energy Performance Standard bill and the fourth such law in the nation.
The Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) is proud to announce that it is a 2020 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year for its outstanding efforts in energy efficiency program delivery.
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.
Cities looking to reduce greenhouse gas emissions must design ambitious plans and programs with data at their core, and decide how to collect, analyze, and use the information to drive deeper carbon reductions.
Audit, Retrocommissioning, and Building Performance Standard Implementation Considerations for Policymakers This resource was developed as part of Putting Data to Work, a multi-year pilot project that analyzed ways to use building performance data generated by city policies to improve energy efficiency program design and delivery in the District of Columbia and New York City. Putting … Continued
Retrofit Chicago participants pushed the envelope on energy efficiency and climate action in 2019, with two building teams achieving an impressive 35% energy reduction in their properties. Across all 99 member properties, building teams now average a 19% energy reduction, equal to annual savings of over $19 million a year. As Chicago continues its steady … Continued