The built environment is responsible for 30% of the world’s carbon emissions, yet reducing the CO2 of large buildings has typically been very difficult and expensive, until now.

Good data analytics technology is changing the game. It’s helping large building owners optimise their buildings for peak operational performance to achieve sustainability and profitability targets, without compromising on customer experience.

I was fortunate to have the chance to speak on this important topic recently as part of the Connect London event—The global equivalent of a TED Talk for the property industry—hosted by Unissu and the UK PropTech Association.

In this short video, I explain what constitutes a good building data analytics solution, and how it is delivering a smarter, faster and more cost-effective approach to tackling climate change in the built environment.

I’d encourage you to check it out and share your thoughts with us on how we could work together to reduce CO2 emissions across the real estate sector and ensure future resilience and profitability.