Building performance that pays: Insights from the 1st IREM energy efficiency survey

Type: Research Study
Categories: Commercial, Demand Management, Energy Efficiency
Date Published: 1/25/2017
Source: Institute of Real Estate Management, Institute for Market Transformation
Primary Topic: Energy Efficiency

To better understand how real estate managers view energy efficiency and to learn how energy management is being integrated into commercial real estate activities, the Institute of Real Estate Management, or IREM, and the Institute for Market Transformation, or IMT, recently collaborated to produce this report outlining the results of an inaugural survey. 

The survey was distributed to both IREM and Building Owners and Managers Association members who ranged from property and asset managers to brokers and finance personnel. The report covers issues around energy efficiency and finance, including impacts to building owners' bottom line and barriers to greater investment in energy efficiency.

Among the report's key findings: 80% of respondents said energy management is "important" or "very important."

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