Goby and ULI’s Greenprint Center for Building Performance Announce Strategic Partnership

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Goby, the  ESG platform, has announced a strategic partnership with Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Greenprint Center for Building Performance (Greenprint).

Through this partnership, ULI Greenprint and Goby will continue to help ULI members drive portfolio sustainability and meaningful asset value by tracking year over year performance improvements, ultimately reducing the overall environmental impact of the built environment.

Goby’s software, strategic consulting, and utility bill automation solutions enable its ULI Greenprint member clients to boost data integrity and user experience contributing to the Greenprint Annual Performance Report. Real estate owners using Goby for their reporting not only gain full visibility into their portfolio data but are also able to leverage the extended Goby platform to make impactful change at the asset level and make better global ESG decisions for their organizations.

Greenprint is a worldwide alliance of the foremost real estate owners, investors and financial institutions committed to improving the environmental performance of the global real estate industry, with a particular emphasis on reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions.  The 40-plus members of Greenprint hold over 2 billion square feet of office, multifamily, industrial, retail, hospitality and mixed-use property in over 10,000 buildings in the portfolio located across 32 countries. Greenprint members own over $750 billion of real estate assets under management, which is almost 4 percent of the value of high-quality commercial properties globally.

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