Audi Banny summarizes the real estate sustainability trends embodied in the 2021 Green Lease Leaders
IMT and the Department of Energy announce the 2021 Green Lease Leaders
Get resources to make the business case for efficient buildings.
To demonstrate the impacts of green leasing and programs that support its adoption, IMT, the Department of Energy (DOE), and RE Tech Advisors collaborated to develop a paper for the ACEEE Summer Study.
This paper explores the impact of green leasing programs, tenant engagement, opportunities for expanding leasing programs to new space types, and potential solutions for improving the efficiency of leased space.
This resource highlights how collaboration between landlords and tenants can drive deeper savings in tenant spaces and allow access to funds through utilities that otherwise would not be possible.
Audi Banny shared trends in green leasing from the 2020 Green Lease Leader winners
This guide helps building owners and landlords engage tenants to optimize building energy usage while occupancy is low and or buildings are vacant.
Advancing sustainability and wellness efforts in the face of this challenging crisis can show strength and leadership while reducing operating costs, increasing building resiliency, and improving indoor health.
In traditional leases, neither the landlord nor the tenant are incentivized to invest in energy efficiency improvements that can lead to high-performance properties that benefit both entities. However, green leases, also known as energy-aligned leases, help to break down barriers. This document consolidates a variety of green lease language options for more efficiently designed and … Continued