Energy Management

Energy Management Energy management involves the planning and operation of energy production and consumption units. This function is carried out by energy managers whose main task is to reduce the energy bill of their company or client. Main objectives of energy management To consume better or to consume less; To help you manage your total […]

Energy management: how to reduce your consumption of building lighting

Inside lighting is one of the most energy-intensive parts of building operation. Visible and directly linked to the well-being of the users, this represents a large potential for energy savings. Indeed, lighting control is one of the easiest ways to make substantial energy savings for a relatively small investment and is one of the most […]


Due to the enormous rise in greenhouse gas emissions, the low energy efficiency of the real estate sector, and the insufficient renovation rate of existing buildings, the European Union has set itself the challenge of decarbonizing the building sector by 2050. Faced with ever-more stringent environmental regulations and growing market expectations, Member States must drastically […]

The next major topics within the EU taxonomy: biodiversity, waste, water, and pollution

Europe will not meet its climate goals and 2030 / 2050 targets unless financial investments are directed toward sustainable projects and activities. The EU’s Taxonomy Regulation is expected to construct a common language to support the energy transition and help redirect capital flows to renewables and green assets. The first two objectives – climate change […]

Rising energy costs in Europe: what’s the impact on real estate actors? 

We’re in a tough spot Due to the unfortunate combination of the Russian war in Ukraine and the extreme weather that Europe has been exposed to during this summer, energy prices are climbing. One obvious answer to this new paradigm is the EU’s strategy based on energy sobriety. But the situation still raises the question: […]

Earth Overshoot Day: our yearly ecological deficit starts today

A Stephanie Glover and Clémentine Tanguy collaboration. Today is Earth Overshoot Day, and it marks the date when our demand for ecological resources exceeds what the Earth can regenerate in a year. We have used up the Earth’s budget, and for the next 156 days, our economies will run on an ecological deficit. Earth Overshoot […]

A comparison of regulations, certifications, labels, and ESG scoring in Europe

Faced with the risks of climate change, the European Union has formulated bold objectives for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the real estate sector. This article offers an overview of the measures on ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) issues taken by the European Union, and their equivalents implemented by different member states. First, organizations have […]

The Azora Group calls on Deepki to collect its consumption data as part of a global ESG strategy

Convinced that the integration of ESG factors into investments is essential, the Azora Group aims to implement a comprehensive and realistic ESG strategy. GRESB reporting is the first step in their overall environmental strategy and allows them to measure and benchmark their ESG performance.

The goal of reducing GHG emissions: understanding carbon pathways

Rising CO2 emissions caused by human activity are increasing global temperatures. If the average global temperature rises +1.5 C above pre-industrial levels, the global economy will have to absorb a cost of $54 trillion by 2100.   According to the IPCC, emissions outcomes of current mitigation ambitions in line with the Paris Agreement, known as Nationally […]

Breaking down carbon accounting

1,049 cities, 67 regions, 5,235 businesses, and 441 of the biggest investors across 120 countries are committed to achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, covering nearly 25% of global CO2 emissions and over 50% of global GDP. CO2, a commonly known greenhouse gas, is the key benchmark monitored by many stakeholders. The definition of the […]

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