Artificial Intelligence Reduces Energy and CO2 in Retail Stores

24.09.2020 by Carsten Kreutze

Artificial intelligence (AI) opens up enormous energy saving potentials in real estate. Automation is the key to achieving a new level of sustainability.

The fact that real estate can make a significant contribution to climate protection has long been recognized by politicians and legal regulations are being further strengthened. In the EU, buildings are responsible for 40% of energy consumption and 36% of CO2 emissions* Climate awareness has also risen sharply among the population, not least due to the particular clout with which young people have drawn attention to the topic in 2019. Many companies are also showing great commitment and putting far-reaching sustainability measures high on their agenda, for example major shopping center operators such as Klépierre**. Or Unibail-Rodamco***, who want to reduce their total CO2 emissions by 50% by 2030. [...]

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Energiesparpotenziale in Shoppingcentern

Carsten Kreutze is CEO of the GreenTech company Recogizer. Through smart data technology, he is putting buildings on the path to NetZero with Recogizer. The economist founded the innovative company in 2014 after many years of corporate and start-up experience.

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