ULI Energy Efficient Tenant Program Shutterstock’s Empire State Building offices have energy-efficient spaces (photo courtesy of Empire State Realty Trust).

DALLAS—Commercial real estate tenant spaces generally account for more than half of a building’s total energy consumption, which provides the basis for the program’s projected cost savings for tenants and improved environmental performance of buildings. A research-based energy optimization program promising dramatic cost savings and benefits to commercial tenants and property owners debuted at ULI’s Fall Meeting, GlobeSt.com learns in this exclusive.