Tower Companies is using building automation to make their DC office building healthier and more energy efficient.
The Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) is proud to announce that it is a 2020 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year for its outstanding efforts in energy efficiency program delivery.
This staff profile features IMT alum, Andrew Feierman, former IMT Program Manager for Private Engagement, who discusses some of his current work with data for the TRASE program at the Stockholm Environment Institute.
Associate Director of Utility and Regulatory Strategy, Julia Eagles, shares her path to IMT and her thoughts on the role of utilities in mitigating climate change.
Analyzing and defining the quickest and best ways to reduce carbon emissions from our buildings is imperative for revolutionizing our energy system.
As cities pass new climate policies and investors demand that REITs change business practices to lower climate risks, firms should look to Nareit’s Leader in the Light Award winners’ playbooks.
IMT’s Landlord-Tenant Energy Partnership puts a spotlight on the top five reasons for landlords to install submeters, as well as successful submetering programs being implemented by real estate companies, and insights from leading energy solution providers.
Using Building-Level Data to Improve Energy Efficiency Across the U.S., an increasing number of cities, counties, and states are examining building performance benchmarking and transparency as a critical step in addressing building energy and water use. These energy benchmarking and transparency requirements generate new and robust building-level datasets, and staff of utilities and contractors who … Continued
Efficiency and Beyond: Guidance for Energy Efficiency Program Administrators to Aid Building Owners Each year, U.S. buildings use more energy than most countries, and Americans spend more than $400 billion to heat, cool, and power the places where they live and work. Improving the energy efficiency of buildings not only helps owners, occupants, cities, and … Continued
Energy Management Information Systems (EMIS) consist of a broad set of tools and services that give building owners, facility managers, energy managers, and commercial property management companies the information required to measure, manage, and enhance building performance. When used in alignment with other energy management best practices, EMIS can lower a building’s energy use by … Continued