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How much C02 do you save per Swiss franc invested?

In the social and political discussions on climate change, the building sector is increasingly coming into focus - after all, almost a third of Switzerland's CO2 emissions are attributable to real estate. The leverage effect at portfolio level in reducing greenhouse gas emissions is considerably high. The sustainability cockpit energyGIDO supports initiative in many ways.

Legislative changes and political initiatives such as the total revision of the CO2 Act require CO2 limits for existing buildings that are ambitious but very concrete. Common to all these efforts is the demand for a massive reduction of current values. Investors, portfolio owners and maintenance companies would do well to consider their own options for action at property and portfolio level and to plan the use of financial resources in a structured manner.

With our real estate expertise, we at pom+ also support the Federal Council's 2050 climate targets. Within the last 1.5 years, energyGIDO has been created. The sustainability cockpit allows portfolio owners and managers to calculate and analyse the energy consumption and CO2 emissions of a property with little effort.

The web-based tool supports the achievement of individual and legally stipulated sustainability targets by automatically calculating CO2 emissions at property level, displaying limit values per building, calculating the potential and costs of a renovation and simulating reduction paths across the entire property portfolio. The cockpit covers all process steps - from data preparation and plausibility checks to closing data gaps and creating standardised reports.

energyGIDO follows the conviction that fact-based decisions quickly lead to high effectiveness. Because only if you know where the greatest savings potential exists in the building park and how much CO2 you can actually save with which measures, the more effectively you can invest your money and thus make an important contribution to achieving the climate targets.