This fact sheet provides an overview of how city officials can help educate lenders about the benefits of energy-efficient buildings and how it can relate to underwriting standards.
This guide is designed to help city government staff work with internal communications teams, stakeholders, media, and the broader community when publicly launching a program.
This guide provides an overview of what case studies and fact sheets are, how to develop them, and also provides city examples from Boston, Reno, and Des Moines.
This guide explains the value of press releases for a city’s communications strategy and provides details on how to write press releases and make the most out of them.
This guide details the elements of a good energy story and provides tips on getting in contact with the media.
Insights for Better Buildings and More Effective City Programs This resource was developed as part of Putting Data to Work, a multi-year pilot project aimed at using building performance data and asset information to help efficiency program implementers better target their outreach to building owners and increase the number of projects executed within these programs. … Continued
This past September the International Council of Museums (ICOM) unanimously adopted a resolution asserting that all museums have a role to play in shaping and creating a sustainable future.
This fact sheet highlights the benefits of performing a code compliance assessment, as well as describes the four-phases of the assessment methodology for code compliance.
This template toolkit provides the backbone documents for four key city-issued compliance communications.
These documents present sample language that can be used by jurisdictions interested in drafting a comprehensive existing building performance policy that encompasses provisions for benchmarking, as well as additional actions beyond benchmarking.