The Urban Land Institute is a nonprofit organization that provides a forum for the exchange of ideas, information, and experiences among industry leaders and policy makers in the fields of land use and real estate development.
Watch this virtual workshop recording to learn about energy efficiency incentives in the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) – tax credits, grants, and other programs intended to reduce harmful air pollution, promote energy efficiency and resiliency, and lower operating costs. This learning opportunity is beneficial for local governments, businesses, and utilities.
Vision North Texas is a public-private partnership with a goal of increasing public awareness about important regional land use issues that affect mobility, air quality, water supply, and other economic and environmental resources.
The Water Use Tracking Tools help commercial and institutional facility managers as well as utilities track water use over time and analyze the data monthly to identify seasonal water use patterns, leaks, high-water-use or malfunctioning equipment or other issues at a facility.
As the largest energy consumer in the United States, Texas’ demand for power is growing faster than any other state and continues to rise as the population grows. In fact, Texas’ demand for power continues to grow faster than any other state in the U.S.