Alliance members are committed to decarbonizing the buildings sector, including collectively achieving zero-emission new construction as soon as practicable, accelerating efforts to eliminate emissions from existing buildings, and collectively quadrupling heat pump installations across the coalition by 2030. 

Member Action


Below are tallies of the number of members that have adopted or are in the process of adopting statutory and executive policies and actions.

For the most up-to-date, in-depth breakdown of buildings climate actions across our membership, explore the Alliance Policy Database.

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Member Spotlight

Massachusetts Advances Energy Efficiency in Low- or Moderate-Income Homes

Massachusetts’s Low- and Moderate-Income Housing Decarbonization Grant Program is accelerating the state’s clean energy transition for buildings while improving public health and maintaining housing affordability for residents. In February 2023, Governor Maura Healey committed $50 million to the grant program, which will make energy efficiency improvements and repairs, install solar panels, and incorporate heat pumps in low- or moderate-income housing.

February 2022

Press Release | 2023

Guide | 2021

The 2021 Building Decarbonization Roadmap, produced by RMI through collaboration with staff from various state offices as well as industry experts, is a tool designed to summarize the highest-impact actions that states can take to decarbonize.
Building Decarbonization Roadmap

The Alliance collaborated with RMI to summarize the highest-impact actions states can take to decarbonize.