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A part of normal investment decision making process relates to evaluation of ESG characteristics of each individual property. At early stage potential property investments are initially evaluated through our ESG Screening Checklist focusing on identifying potential ESG risks and mitigations. During a potential Due Diligence the properties go through a thorough analysis where ESG risks are evaluated in detail by the internal investment team as well as by external sector experts. For example such ESG Due Diligence, carried out by external sector experts, primarily aims to investigate and propose on how we could reduce the energy (including water and waste) consumption and carbon footprint in the property as well as provide real and detailed investment proposals on how we could improve the ESG situation and mitigate ESG risks.
In property acquisition due diligence phases we have external sector experts carrying out the following services:
Evaluated case by case. At least energy efficiency and existence/potential for environmental certificates (such as LEED and BREEAM) typically a part of DD and investment case.
Typically the analysis of ESG issues relating to energy consumption has an impact on pricing. The review of ESG issues, primarily relating to energy consumption and future energy investments and energy consumption forecasts, forms a vital part of the business plan and directly impacts on pricing as well as forecasted cashflows.