This PDF presentation is part of a suite of resources for a Model Building Performance Standard Ordinance, created by the Institute for Market Transformation (IMT).
This document provides a high-level overview of the Institute for Market Transformation’s (IMT) model ordinance for a building performance standard (BPS).
This map summarizes at a glance which U.S. jurisdictions have passed building performance standards for commercial buildings that require performance improvements in a wide range of buildings over time. It is part of a larger suite of BPS-focused resources, all of which are available at imt.org/bps. This map will be kept updated as jurisdictions pass … Continued
Recommendations for the Biden-Harris Administration to make substantial progress toward decarbonizing buildings and ensuring a transition to an equitable, clean energy economy.
This matrix compares the requirements of building performance standards in U.S. cities and states.
This matrix compares the requirements of commercial building audit, tune-ups, and retrocommissioning (RCx) policies in U.S. cities and states.
This document examines the missing link between energy codes and building performance standards. It offers cities clear actions for smart regulation.
U.S. buildings can help us transition to renewable energy by becoming active participants in the grid rather than just passive consumers.
IMT interviews Zach Greene about the City of Philadelphia’s new building tune-up law
This year marks the 25th anniversary of IMT’s founding. We’re beginning 2021 with an interview of David Goldstein, our founding board chair, and Adam Hinge, our current board chair.