Technopolis has received Gold-level LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certificates for the new Yliopistonrinne buildings in Tampere and Delta buildings in Vilnius. The Delta buildings were the first ones in Lithuania to receive the LEED certificate for Building Design and Construction.
Technopolis has now 27 LEED-certified properties in total, representing over 40% of its assets measured by gross area. “Sustainability is deeply rooted in Technopolis’ DNA, it boosts high occupancy rates and operational efficiency. We aim to offer added value to both our customers and investors through sustainable efficiency. We have systematically utilized building ratings to develop eco-efficiency of our buildings. Internationally recognized third-party certifications demonstrate the quality of our work,” says Johanna Kivelä, Sustainability Manager at Technopolis.
Technopolis has invested especially in the buildings’ enhanced energy and water efficiency. In the new buildings in Tampere, solar panels were installed on the roof producing approximately 22,000 kWh of renewable energy annually. In Vilnius, the Delta buildings got the highest remarks in LEED water efficiency category due to state-of-the-art water-saving fixtures.
Technopolis used Ramboll as their LEED consultant in both projects. The certifications are verified by the US Green Building Council.
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