Taking into account the challenges of climate change

Take into account climate change challenges through our product and service offerings and our own activities
The impact of our operations and our product and service offerings on the climate are taken into account through our commitments and improvements we monitor thanks to our environmental performance indicators, related to energy savings and Greenhouse Gas emissions.

Performance

GHG TeqCO2 emissions per employee (FTE)

2020

1.20 %

2019

1.28 %

2018

1.43 %

2017

1.37 %

2016

1.62 %

Scope 1/2 & 3 – Business Travels

Promotion France

CORPORATE REAL ESTATE

Energy savings achieved in relation to thermal regulations* / Project kWh/sqm

2020

43 %

2019

46 %

2018

NA (No delivery completed in 2018)

2017

51 %

2016

37 %

* 2016: 100% OF BUILDINGS UNDER THERMAL REGS 2012

2017: 50% OF BUILDINGS UNDER THERMAL REGS 2005 AND 50% OF BUILDINGS UNDER THERMAL REGS 2012

RESIDENTIAL

Energy savings achieved in relation to thermal regulations* / Project kWh/sqm

2020

19 %

2019

24 %

2018

27 %

2017

36 %

2016

34 %

**2016:19% OF BUILDINGS UNDER THERMAL REGS 2005 AND 81% OF BUILDINGS UNDER THERMAL REGS 2012

2017: 100% OF BUILDINGS UNDER THERMAL REGS 2012

REIM France

Assets with an energy age older than the year 2000

2020

82 %

2019

79 %

2018

77%

2017

71 %

2016

64 %

Property management

Energy consumption of the common parts of managed buildings (kWh EP/year/sqm)

2020

40

2019

41

2018

42

2017

42

2016

44

End of 2020 Target

0 %
of company vehicles average emissions <= 110g CO2/km (NEDC)

End of 2020 Target

0 %
of completed development in Corporate and Residential Real Estate benefit from a carbon footprint

Approach

As part of our Inspire Real Estate 2020 strategy, our carbon footprint and the energy efficiency of our buildings are quantified through our performance indicators. We aim to measure consumption, draw up a carbon footprint of products/services, improve energy efficiency and as a last result establish a compensation programme for residual emissions.

Best practices

Low Carbon District

BNP Paribas Real Estate is a founding member of the BBCA association and a sponsor partner of the first Low Carbon District reference framework. We have already been involved in contributing to the creation of the first low-carbon pilot district, a global development approach aimed at reducing the carbon footprint of buildings and uses at a district level.

2019 Low Carbon Developer Ranking

BNP Paribas Real Estate comes in 4th place of the top 10 French low-carbon real estate developers, with five projects: two have already obtained the BBCA Construction label – which certifies the exemplary carbon footprint of a building – and three are being requested.

CUBE 2020, Consume as little as possible

BNP Paribas Real Estate has been a partner and official supporter of the Cube competition since 2014 and was awarded 1st place in the Cube 2020 competition for one of its buildings, promoting more than 57% energy savings (LA FRANCAISE REP building – 15th district of Paris). Launched in 2014, the Cube 2020 competition aims to reward the office buildings that have reduced their energy consumption the most in one year thanks to an improvement in the technical capacities of the building and the overall commitment of its users.

Energy efficiency

BNP Paribas Real Estate & REIM France have been signatories to the Charter for Energy and Environmental Efficiency of Public and Private Corporate Buildings since 2013. This charter requires signatories to improve the energy performance of their stock by working on user behaviour, equipment consumption management and building renovation.