Is your real estate keeping pace with the energy transition?

Watch now to learn strategies and best practices for supporting buildings in the energy transition and hear about successful projects.
This webinar covers:
  • Turning strategies into measurable action plans
  • Assessing energy use and using tech and data effectively to identify areas for improvement
  • Implementing quick wins for energy efficiency
  • Carrying out retrofitting across portfolios and the costs involved
  • Making the switch to renewables and overcoming common obstacles
  • Understanding what incoming legislation means for implementation plans
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High energy prices, coupled with the long-term need to make buildings both more energy efficient and less reliant on fossil fuels, are tough challenges facing companies in 2023. Many buildings are inefficient in energy use; understanding and addressing problem areas can lead to big improvements in terms of emissions reductions and costs. In many cases, retrofitting old building infrastructure will be key.

What’s more, to make longer-term progress towards net zero goals and comply with incoming regulations, companies must also start shifting to renewable energy, whether installing their own solar panels or procuring it from external providers. Translating strategies into action plans and implementing them effectively is critical.


Christian Whitaker,Global Head of Sustainable Operations, JLL
Christian Whitaker
Global Head of Sustainable Operations, JLL
Ramya Ravichandar,Vice President of Product Management, Sustainability & IOT, JLLT
Ramya Ravichandar
Vice President of Product Management, Sustainability & IOT, JLLT
Jerry Meek,Senior Principal Manager, Genentech
Jerry Meek
Senior Principal Manager, Genentech
Victoria Burrows,Director of Advancing Net Zero, World Green Building Council
Victoria Burrows
Director of Advancing Net Zero, World Green Building Council

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