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Gesvalt prepares internationally recognised certificates: BREEAM, LEED or VERDE.
Project Monitoring, with the possibility of including a BREEAM certification.
Assessment of environmental factors and risks of real estate assets in the context of investment or disinvestment processes. At Gesvalt, we focus especially on land contamination issues.
Regulatory Energy Audits, according to RD 56/2016, being mandatory every four years, and must cover at least 85% of the total final energy consumption of all facilities across the national territory.
By applying the Life- Cycle Analysis general approach, and based on an initial diagnosis, we propose corrective measures for the reduction of the carbon, water and environmental footprint both in activities and products.
From 1 January 2022, a growing number of companies are subject to the Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD). Gesvalt advises its clients on the preparation of the Non-Financial Reporting (NFRS) Statement.
In line with our objective of providing the company with global ESG solutions, Gesvalt advises on the development of the Green Financing Framework, which allows our clients to align their financing strategy with their sustainability strategy and their commitment to the decarbonisation of the economy.
Gesvalt advises its clients on compliance with the disclosure obligations established by the European Taxonomy Regulation on the sustainability of the activities they carry out.
Sustainable is an economic activity that contributes substantially to the achievement of one or more of the six environmental goals established, without significant detriment to the rest of these goals.
Since 2009, GRESB has been the ESG standard for real estate investors, developers and asset managers worldwide with more than 1,500 properties analysed.
The European SFDR regulation came into force in November 2021. This regulation aims to ensure that advisors and financial market participants (asset managers, investment companies and credit institutions), as well as large asset owners, pension funds and insurance companies, classify their financial investment products in accordance with established sustainability criteria.
The SFDR regulation aims to communicate not only sustainable investment products, but also information about the companies’ strategic business, policy, objectives and methodology by including specific sustainability information on their websites.
Gesvalt provides comprehensive support throughout the entire process: pre-valuation, submission of proposals and support in the implementation of recommendations.
Gesvalt has a team of auditing experts focused on waste management, soil contamination, hydrogeological issues, lead, and radon.