Carbon Neutral Pathways for Building Portfolios.

Lawrence Yu, ESD Group Manager, JHA Consulting Engineers.

The World is rapidly transitioning from being carbon intensive to a net zero carbon emissions future.

Have you been hearing about carbon neutral buildings in the news and are wondering what it means?
Why you should want to achieve it? And how to actually do it?

We have made it simple with our 5 Step Guide to your Carbon Neutral Journey.

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Carbon Neutral Buildings

A carbon neutral building is one that has zero carbon emissions released. Achieving carbon neutral certification is a great way to demonstrate your commitment to the environment and future generations. Indeed, for any building to be truly sustainable, it must, at a minimum, be carbon neutral.

There are many options for decarbonising a building through energy efficiency and carbon offsets. Choosing the right pathway to achieving a carbon neutral portfolio can be a major competitive advantage in the commercial market.

The industry is starting to demand it and those who don’t embrace this may be left behind.

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NABERS and Green Star are established sustainability benchmarks that help buildings demonstrate how green they are, conveyed through star ratings.

These benchmarks can help assist with determining if your building is or can become carbon neutral.

Being carbon neutral can increase customer loyalty, attract valuable employees, increase morale among personnel as well as creating goodwill and a good reputation among stakeholders. It can help create brand differentiation in a competitive marketplace.

Commercial building tenants influence about 50% of the energy use and therefore the carbon use in their buildings.