Operating sustainable buildings 

A green or sustainable building is a building that, because of its construction and features, can maintain or improve the quality of life of the environment in which it is located. To do this, it is essential to achieve a high level of efficiency: reducing the consumption of energy, water and other resources minimises pollution.

Energy performance of buildings 

As early as the acquisition stage, we carefully select the properties to ensure that they reflect the requirements of the legislation and EU Taxonomy. For us, the key indicator is primarily the building’s Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) that specifies its energy consumption in normal use.  

  • We analyse Energy Performance Certificates. 

  • We optimise inefficient operation of buildings aiming at deep renovation or, possibly, divestiture. 

  • We implement equipment that brings savings and ongoing improvements. 


In view of the climate changes caused by people through greenhouse gas production we have also decided to monitor the carbon footprint of our operation. We intend to gradually reduce our carbon footprint to net zero.  

  • We monitor our portfolio’s carbon footprint using the GHG Protocol methodology for Scope 1, 2, and 3.

  • We monitor the CRREM green curve and stranding risk. 

  • Our software for recording data on operated properties’ carbon footprint collects data automatically. 

Generating renewable energy  

We are also reducing our carbon footprint by generating our own renewable energy. We are installing photovoltaic panels on the rooftops of our buildings to achieve greater independence of electricity off-take from the grid. Thanks to this approach, we are better able to face potential changes in market prices.  

  • We have had photovoltaic (PV) feasibility studies prepared for us.

  • We are launching PV pilot projects. 

  • We are rolling out low-emission technology. 

Resource savings and circular economy  

We support tenants in their municipal waste sorting to fractions for recycling, motivating them to reduce their waste production and increase the share of the recycled component. We help them to reduce their water consumption by installing water saving devices. We seek to maximise on-site rainwater infiltration.  

  • Data digitisation and tenants’ reporting are helping us; for example, in waste production and water consumption monitoring.  


With the rising number of e-vehicles we want to reach out to our customers and tenants. We therefore provide the maximum possible support for the installation of e-vehicle charging stations at parking places adjacent to our properties.  

  • We work with suppliers to cover our real estate portfolio by a network of e-vehicle charging stations.