Citycon signs Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment

The initiative will drive the development of energy-efficient buildings which run primarily on renewable energy, with the leftover carbon dioxide emissions being compensated on an annual basis

Citycon has signed the international Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment, which challenges construction and real estate companies and cities to work towards the carbon-neutral use of energy at their properties by 2030.

The initiative will drive the development of energy-efficient buildings which run primarily on renewable energy, with the leftover carbon dioxide emissions being compensated on an annual basis.

On a global scale, the commitment has already been signed by more than 80 organisations, including the Nordic cities of Helsinki, Stockholm, Copenhagen and Oslo.

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