Service Providers

BuildingMinds enables real estate investment and corporate real estate management a holistic approach to decarbonization management and beyond. The BuildingMinds SaaS platform offers automated sustainability data gathering and convenient exporting to reporting frameworks such as GRESB, scenario-based carbon cost predictions, stranding risk analysis with CRREM benchmarks and a simulation of retrofit scenarios to identify the actions with the best balance between reductions and capital expenditures.

CRREM has helped facilitate the advice we provide our clients on the ‘fair share’ of carbon reduction their assets need to make to keep warming within 1.5C above pre-industrial levels.  CRREM forms the backbone for how EVORA quantifies the speed, scale, and cost for transitioning to net zero carbon.

Essentially every building should be (close to) net-zero carbon (NZC) by 2050. With the NZC audit, we explain the building interventions required to achieve NZC in operation, together with the associated likely cost and energy savings. The backbone of this service is the science-based dynamic building performance model that enables us to calculate the effect of potential efficiency measures. The planned interventions and investments are timed so the carbon and energy intensity values always stay under the applicable CRREM pathway.

Schoen Sustainability conducts CRREM-aligned transition risk assessment, helping real estate asset managers measure building energy use and emissions and assess performance against CRREM energy and emissions targets by property type and market.

Scius is a Canadian research and consulting company that specialises in advancing sustainability in the built environment around the world. We provide CRREM assessments as part of a suite of services aimed at helping property owners understand their decarbonisation risks and chart a course to zero carbon construction and operation of their assets.


The XDC Model, developed by right. based on science, calculates the climate impact of real estate assets over time and expresses it in °C, thus providing clarity on their (mis-)alignment to the ‘well below 2°C’ goal of the Paris Agreement . A building’s X-Degree Compatibility (XDC) is determined by comparing its emission intensity over time to the relevant CRREM pathway. The effect of modernisation measures can be considered in the analysis, helping users steer their real estate portfolios towards 1.5°C.

Nanogrid fills the gap where utility data is difficult to retrieve or not yet available on a digital platform. Focused on data quality and completeness, we place simple cloud gateways in your assets, connected to our data processing center. The result is complete, high-quality, real-time utility data on all your assets in the EU, ready to be used and processed for your ESG applications.