New study on EU taxonomy recommends CRREM pathways

We are happy to hear that the new “EU Taxonomy Study – Evaluating the market-readiness of the EU taxonomy criteria for buildings” recommends to use of CRREM for assessing the carbon performance of existing buildings. The study initiated by CRREM partner and GSIC member DGNB and others states, that in order to improve the performance […]

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CRREM joins cooperation with IBPDI Initiative

We are happy to announce that CRREM recently joined a cooperation with IBPDI. The International Building Performance & Data Initiative (IBPDI) was founded by CRREM partner and GSIC member BuildingMinds, Microsoft and pom+ and is the first global, industry-wide data and performance standard for real estate. The initiative aims at providing a standardised, harmonized and […]

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Aberdeen Standard shares their motivation on using CRREM

In order to see if all their buildings are on the right way towards achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050, CRREM partner and GSIC member Aberdeen Standard compares each property’s carbon intensity with external benchmarks. The Carbon Risk Real Estate Monitor (CRREM tool) displays country- and building-type specific decarbonisation pathways and thereby offers Aberdeen […]

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Spanish article about CRREM

Our colleague Paloma Taltavull has published an article in the Spanish journal ‘Panorama Social’ published by FUNCAS. Issue 32 is devoted to cities, and Paloma’s work deeps in exploring four challenges the cities should face on pages 107-126. The fourth is the need for cities decarbonization, explained based on the CRREM results. The full issue […]

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Real estate and decarbonization. Special Issue of the Journal of European Real Estate Research

CRREM has coordinated and edited an Spacial Issue about Real Estate and Decarbonization. Guest Editors: Sven Bienert, Stanley McGreal, Paloma Taltavull Guest editorial Sven Bienert, Stanley McGreal, Paloma Taltavull Carbon risk real estate monitor: making decarbonisation in the real estate sector measurable Maximilian M. Spanner, Julia Wein The value effects of green retrofits Dirk Brounen, […]

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