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Carbon Intelligence partners with Property Stock Exchange, IPSX, to drive carbon transparency ahead of first admissions

By Grace Melville
2nd March 2021

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We’re excited to announce our partnership with IPSX, Britain’s newest regulated exchange, and the first dedicated to commercial real estate assets. 

IPSX delivers new and attractive opportunities for both real estate owners and investors providing flexibility, liquidity and transparency along with speed of execution and real time valuation. At its most simple, IPSX reimagines the connection between real estate owners and those investing in real estate.

This partnership will work together on developing clear guidelines for all admissions to the exchange on how they should be reporting and managing both embedded and operating carbon emissions. 

Carbon Intelligence already manages long-term decarbonisation programmes for real asset portfolios to drive the transition to a zero-carbon world. In this partnership it will apply its team’s expertise to single assets to create transparency for investors and impact and capital value for issuers. By taking a proactive approach and drawing on Carbon Intelligence’s expertise, assets listed on the International Property Stock Exchange, will have absolute transparency and regular reporting of the carbon emissions of those single assets allowing investors to run more effective ESG-aware portfolios.

Speaking about the partnership with Carbon Intelligence, David Delaney, Group Chief Executive of IPSX commented; “Carbon consumption of the real estate sector both at an operating and embedded level is something that investors have struggled to find information on. Working with Carbon Intelligence to provide these guidelines to our issuers will help with reporting and provide investors with greater transparency on asset performance.”

Jonathan Sykes, Executive Chairman, Carbon Intelligence says; “We are excited to help create a carbon reporting framework for IPSX. Together, we will create transparency for investors and help issuers future-proof their buildings so they remain viable and valuable.”

Carbon Intelligence is committed to supporting organisations develop credible decarbonisation pathways to drive carbon reduction and net zero goals. Contact us today to find out how we could support you. 

 

Further resources

Explore | Our building performance and optimisation services

Download | Net Zero: The Guide for Commercial Real Estate 

Read | Driving Aviva Investors’ net zero target through smart buildings 

Read | Supporting Federated Hermes’ Responsible Property Programme 

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