Benchmark 8760 – named for the number of hours in a year – hopes to push the building industry to get more granular in their data tracking.
The Building Innovation Hub announces DC’s greenest buildings for 2022, as measured by ENERGY STAR benchmarking scores in 2021
IMT insight into the buildings benchmarking portion of Massachusetts’ 2022 Climate and Clean Energy Bill
Q&A with the City’s Green Buildings Team IMT’s Manager for Policy Design and Implementation, Benjamin Silverman, collaborated with Sr. Green Building Planners Gurmeet Ghera and Micah Lang from the City of Vancouver’s Green Buildings Team, Sustainability Group, on their policy development efforts. Gurmeet and Micah answered some of our questions about the new Annual Greenhouse … Continued
New bylaw will be responsible for an estimated 20% carbon emissions reduction needed to meet City’s 2030 goals. On July 20, 2022 the Vancouver City Council adopted the 2022 Annual Greenhouse Gas and Energy Limits Bylaw. This bylaw will require larger commercial and multifamily buildings in Vancouver to submit a report annually on their energy … Continued
“IMT is dedicated to creating buildings that sustain the world around them and the people inside them. We are proud to promote ENERGY STAR tools as they provide invaluable resources for businesses, governments, and others to improve the performance of their buildings and make more informed decisions,” said Lotte Schlegel, Executive Director of IMT.
This map highlights Canadian policies for existing buildings.
Ann Arbor’s new benchmarking policy will make building energy use more transparent for owners, operations and consumers.
IMT interviewed the Indianapolis Office of Sustainability Director about the city’s new benchmarking policy
Cliff Majersik breaks down the The Green Neighborhoods Act, which includes the SAVE Act