Two new IMT reources help property managers respond to COVID 19.
The pandemic has changed the definition of a high-performance building.
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.
Frank Oswald, St. Louis Building Commissioner, and Rajiv Ravulapati explain how they engaged with stakeholders in support of the Building Energy Performance Standard.
Now is the time to act differently and at a pace at which we have not acted before.
Lotte Schlegel named IMT Executive Director. Cliff Majersik to transition to Director of Market Transformation.
This video explains how IMT drives demand for high-performance buildings.
Learn more about how IMT makes ambitious climate and efficiency goals a reality in this new organizational briefing document.
Salt Lake City wants to be climate positive by 2040. To reach this, the city is committed to reducing its community greenhouse gas emissions by 50% from a 2009 baseline by 2030 and 80% by 2040.
IMT’s Energy Opportunity Scan helps cities gain a deeper understanding o how these market actors view energy efficiency.