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EaSyGo ESG in Real Estate

Building ESG Journey and Creating Value with Your Tenants

EaSyGo is developing a SaaS tool to help institutional real estate companies mitigate risks from incoming carbon costs and ESG capital flight out with a one stop system to track CO2 emissions, implement campaigns to reduce emissions, and visualize impact.

Approximately 30% of the world’s greenhouse gases

come from buildings’ daily activities

World CO2 emissions Real Estate

According to the UN, 40% of the global greenhouse gases are produced by buildings, and an additional 30% is due to daily activities around buildings. The tenant’s actions greatly impact the whole building’s energy consumption. Although domestic real estates show rising interest in introducing ESG, currently, only hard-ESG that focuses on the energy consumption reduction on the building by real estate owners themselves is mainly considered for the initiative.

Meanwhile, research and practical studies performed overseas suggest that a large percentage of energy reduction in buildings are not from the building design or machinery, but from the tenant’s daily activities. The act of the tenants provides a large impact on building energy consumption.

Although it is proven that real estate with high levels of Soft-ESG literacy have elevated income and value, the domestic real estate market is untouched fields due to scarce data and expertise on Soft-ESG that includes the collaboration of all stakeholders.

EaSyGo offers unique features for various type of real estate assets

Office

Comfortable, Healthy and Safe Office Environment & Improved Productivity

Residential

Sustainability in Clothing, Food and Housing;
Creation of Local Communities

Commercial

Providing Sustainable Commercial Programs to Tenants and Users

Hotel・Resort

Creating Sustainable & Environment-friendly Tourism and Positive Cycles

Our 3 Major Features

Media Releases

IREI APAC edition 2021/02
C.E.O Yukihiko ITO's article "ESG and climate initiatives take on growing importance in Japan’s capital and property markets"
Property Management Magazine 2021/3
CEO Ito's interview article with Interview with Lendlease Andrew Gouch - "Sustainability is essential for our "DNA" ESG investment Management" cle was posted
Property Management Magazine 2021/3
Interview with Asterisk CEO Yukihiko ITO - “ESG investment can be evaluated quantitatively”
Hospitality Asia Webinar 2020/09
C.E.O Yukihiko ITO joined as a panelist on “Financing Sustainability”
PR TIMES Release 2020/06
ESG Real Estate Technology Service: EaSyGo - Implementing Soft-ESG and improving real estate values
Property Management Magazine 2019/06
The World’s ESG Real Estates: Specific Financial Effects on rent income, asset value, and evaluation from ESG investment
Property Management Magazine 2018/02
Why are luxury hotels with a strong business performance focus on “sustainability” and “ESG”?

The ESG in Real Estate Column

Delivering Sustainable Options to Everyone 

In order to solve emerging issues for the human race, such as climate change, the food supply crisis, and over-population, all stakeholders must have a mutual drive and goal/index.

We build an opportunity, drive, tool, and environment to be evaluated by collaborating with all people and companies so as to implement a sustainable lifestyle.

ESG Real Estate

Approaches of E (Hard Aspect) and S / G (Soft Aspect)

E

Environmental

S

Social

G

Governance

Hard ESG

Real estate owner’s asset level decisions

Environmentally focused capital investment and building certification

A data management system and visualization tool for reporting and managing building energy usage including water, light, heat consumption and waste. It also includes modeling tools that predict consumption costs and greenhouse gas reductions. Through providing this information to asset  managers and tenants, it will improve transparency and leads to behavioral changes.

Hard ESG

Measurements focused on real estate managers and tenants (people)

Monitoring Tenant Engagement and Awareness

The focus is on raising awareness between real estate managers and tenants in environmental decisions and building and strengthening collaboration. The goal is to improve resource efficiency and provide tenants/users with a healthy and productive living, working and lodging environment.

What is ESG in Real Estate?

Strengthen Soft ESG,
Cooperate with Hard ESG, Create Synergy

EaSyGo is a tool for real estate owners who are specializing in the “soft” ESG strategies.

EaSyGo will establish communication between real estate owners and tenants (users) and share the effects and goals of ESG.

EaSyGo also provides community services and lifestyle services to realize a healthy and productive living , working, and accommodation environment.

  • Sharing with tenants who have a track record to link soft and hard ESG efforts (energy consumption analysis / improvement system, etc.)
  • Enlightenment of ESG target tenants
  • Sharing of measurement and effects with tenants
  • Providing tenants with specific ways to achieve their goals
  • Providing various lifestyle services (community services, etc.) with ESG, health, productivity and sustainability as the core concept

Sustainability

Real Estate Value

The introduction of ESG is attracting attention and demand rapidly in domestic Japanese real estate markets; However, currently, most of real estate players concentrate their efforts on the hard ESG aspect, such as building energy consumption, which can be improved by real estate owners.

However, advanced practical research abroad suggests that most of the energy savings in buildings are controlled by the day-to-day activities of tenants, not by building design and equipment. Tenant behavior can have a significant impact on the energy consumption of the entire building.

Through engagement with tenants (soft ESG), EaSyGo provides a asset-specific ESG model that influences behavioral changes and energy consumption, and engages all stakeholders in different fields such as environment, health, and community.

The Real Estate Tools to achieve SDGs

What is ESG in real estate?