With the Clean Energy Buildings Act, Washington is first state to adopt an existing building performance standard. Last month, Washington State became the first state to adopt an existing building performance standard, putting it at the forefront of all states in addressing energy efficiency in buildings. This blazes a trail that others states are likely … Continued
Learn more about how IMT makes ambitious climate and efficiency goals a reality in this new organizational briefing document.
NYC’s Climate Mobilization Act is one of the most ambitious actions any city has taken to reduce CO2 emissions. Now the hard work of implementation begins.
This resource guide provides state and local leaders with streamlined access to key existing resources for developing and implementing high-impact building energy benchmarking and transparency programs in their jurisdictions.
In this version of IMT’s most-requested benchmarking map, we highlight the U.S. cities and counties that have passed mandatory benchmarking and transparency policies for existing private buildings, as well as those cities that have gone beyond benchmarking to include additional measures.
One of IMT’s most in-demand resources, this map summarizes which cities, counties, and states have adopted mandatory building energy benchmarking and transparency policies for existing buildings. Click at right to download a high-resolution jpeg or PDF. Updated May 2020. This map is updated frequently as new policies are adopted. Before referencing it, please check back here … Continued
This document serves to guide the CEC through the process of stakeholder engagement with a focus on what the Energy Commission should do throughout 2017, prior to the point when the regulations are finalized and approved, to prepare the relevant parties for compliance with the law.
This annual report includes four case studies that further detail the organization’s accomplishments in 2016, including this document, which examines how IMT is working to integrate efficiency into day-to-day business and drive market demand for efficient buildings.
The Alabama Residential Energy Code Field Study: Baseline Report identifies opportunities to reduce homeowner utility bills in residential single-family new construction in Alabama by increasing compliance with the state energy code.
Property Assessed Clean Energy Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing is a structure in which building owners take on debt for energy efficiency or renewable energy improvements that is repaid through an assessment on their property tax bill. The stability of the property tax bill allows building owners to make long-term investments in their buildings … Continued