Dr. Jochen Keysberg, CEO of Apleona, about how climate targets can be achieved in the building stock.

Apleona is a leading Europe-based real-estate facility manager. Here the CEO's views on how building stock s can achieve climate targets.

  • Buildings account for 40% of energy consumption in the EU. 75% of EU buildings are still operated at low energy efficiency and 50% of properties are more than 50 years old, it is clearly a gigantic task for the real estate industry to achieve carbon-neutral building stocks.

  •  Optimization of existing HVAC technology is important to collect data in a structured way. The internally developed product Enerlutec, which enables a decentralized, digital overview and analysis of all consumption data. 

  • Implementing the above methodologies it's easy to achieve energy and CO2 savings of up to 30% without having to make notable investments.

  • The overall context of ESG requirements in non-financial reporting obligations is now also a driver for investors and industrial companies. There is a greater demand for integrated FM services and more outsourcing of real estate-related services.

  • Apleona as an integrated facility manager already plays an advising and moderating role for many major customers, which extends to taking responsibility for agreed economic targets such as cost savings.

  • https://www.apleona.com/en/about-apleona/news/detail/interview-klimaschutz-im-gebaeudebestand/ 


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