One of the key functions of sustainability reporting software like Envizi is to calculate emissions. To do so, we are guided by The Greenhouse Gas Protocol (GHG Protocol) as it is the most widely used international accounting tool for government and business leaders to understand, quantify, and manage greenhouse gas emissions. For organizations aiming for Net Zero, understanding how to account for reduced emissions from green power purchases is essential.
Envizi was proud to be a sponsor of CoRE TECH held in Silicon Valley on 13 -15 November. Celebrating CoRE TECH’s 10th anniversary, this event attracted proactive, visionary and innovative Corporate Real Estate and Facilities executives and thought leaders under one roof.
Envizi was proud to be a sponsor for the Green Gown Awards, part of the ACTS conference in 2019. The conference highlighted the continued sustainability leadership role that the higher education sector is taking, not only in making bold commitments, but also in taking innovative approaches to disrupt the status quo.
Envizi was proud to be a sponsor at the Mechanical Service Contractor Association’s (MSCA) annual conference this month. Over 850 attendees ventured to the beautiful Broadmoor @ Colorado Springs, Colorado to collaborate and embrace the theme of reENVISION.
BusinessGreen Leaders Briefing, London – Toward Net Zero: Buildings and Infrastructure - 25 September 2019
Envizi was delighted to co-sponsor the most recent BusinessGreen Leaders Briefing in conjunction with our friends and colleagues at Verco. The briefing focused on the critical role buildings and infrastructure will play in achieving the UK Government’s commitment to Net Zero.
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, July 31, 2019 – Two of Australia’s most influential leaders in sustainable commercial real estate, Bruce Precious and Paul Wall, have joined Envizi’s advisory board.
Real estate owners are increasingly pressured to develop new approaches to the way they run their buildings, which results in new opportunities for HVAC and other service firms adept in the newest technologies.
For real estate owners it is both a stressful and exciting time, as they face more pressure than ever to deliver material differences to the working environment, meet sustainability goals, unlock financial gains and cope with changes in their own workforce. Real estate owners are being forced to adopt new strategies as they seek to minimize vacancy rates and grow asset values.
Investors and commercial owner-occupiers are increasing the demands they place on buildings. The rise of co-working, the growth of the building wellness movement, the increasing imperative to reduce building operating costs, and the pressure to provide buildings with strong green credentials are driving real estate owners to develop new approaches to the way they run their buildings. Real estate owners are being forced to adopt new strategies as they seek to minimize vacancy rates and grow...
Building owners are no longer content with old operating models or building services that just meet the status quo. In order to meet the growing demands of various stakeholders, real estate owners are looking to their traditional solution partners, building services firms, to help improve building occupant comfort, trim utility costs, adapt to changing workforce dynamics and to meet more stringent green credentials.