German asset manager Warburg-HIH Invest Real Estate has announced plans to achieve carbon-neutrality across its entire portfolio.
A total of 126 properties will be converted to use green electricity, an upgrade which is forecast to result in a reduction of carbon emissions in the portfolio of around 7,500 tonnes annually.
In addition, properties with a gas supply within the Warburg-HIH Invest portfolio will use 'carbon-neutral' natural gas in future - the environmental impact of which is offset through the support of climate protection projects.
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