9 December 2021
Folksam is investing SEK 50 million to reduce energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions in its property portfolio in Stockholm. In total, the measures are estimated to halve the energy consumption in the affected properties and reduce CO2 emissions by 240 tonnes per year.
Sustainability is a priority issue that permeates the entire Folksam Group, and within Folksam Fastigheter, continuous work is underway to find solutions that reduce the properties’ climate footprint.
– Folksam Fastigheter carries out ongoing work within the property portfolio to reduce its climate impact and I am glad that we are now making these energy investments. The measures we are now planning for the properties will reduce CO2 emissions by 240 tonnes annually and contribute to a better climate as well as higher housing and office standards, says Erik Löfberg, Senior Asset Manager at Folksam Fastigheter.
The energy investments consist of the construction of geological storage and rock heating facilities in the properties Tullgården 2 (Folksamskrapan), Roddaren 7, Prinsarna 1,13 and 14 and Isjakten. The investments will be completed and in full operation by the end of 2022.Source: Folksam
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