Case Study

Net Zero decarbonization analysis using energy model for Q22 Warsaw

Client: Invesco
Facility: Q22 in Warsaw
The Q22 building is a 195-meter icon of Warsaw, located on Jana Pawła II Avenue. The building offers 53,807 sqm of Class A office space.
The ground and second floors are a place for business and relaxation, with a gastropub, café, hair and beauty salon. Class A office floors guarantee the highest standard of work.
Q22 is also a symbol of sustainability, holding BREEAM in Use Outstanding and WiredScore and SmartScore certifications. As of 2021, it uses only renewable energy.
Service type: Net Zero and energy consulting

Design
challenges

  • Conduct an energy efficiency audit of the building together with a detailed analysis of the settings and schedules of equipment in the BMS.
  • Adapting the recommendations to the operation of the building and the tenants present in the office building.
  • Build the complex energy model needed to calculate reductions in energy consumption and CO2 emissions according to proposed improvements to the building and its systems.
  • Valuation and compilation of investment costs and calculation of payback time to identify the most favorable solutions.
  • Reducing energy consumption in a high-rise building while maintaining the comfort, functionality and safety of the building’s technically complex systems.

What were the benefits for the client?

  • Reduced CO2 emissions for the Q22 facility is 1963 tCO2 .
  • Optimize operating costs associated with real estate operations.
  • Reduction of energy consumption for the Q22 facility by 3,980 MWh/year.
  • Meeting Invesco’s climate goal in the context of reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions for the Q22 building in 2030 according to CRREM’s methodology
  • Meeting the customer’s stated climate goals by 2030.
    – 50% reduction in CO2 emissions – 30% energy reduction.
Client recommendation

“This is not the first project on which we have worked with JWA and certainly not the last”

“We decided to work with the JWA consulting firm to implement a decarbonization strategy for our prestigious investment in Warsaw, the Q22 office building.

The scope of cooperation included the creation of a strategy to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions for the building until 2030. An important element of the expertise was an energy audit of the building, as well as calculations from an energy model and simulation of various potential solutions.

We are pleased with the recommendations made for improvements to the facility and its systems, which will translate into lower operating costs and a reduction in the operational carbon footprint of the office building.
Invesco Real Estate’s ESG+R strategy includes climate goals and getting as close as possible to carbon neutrality for the real estate portfolio we manage.

We were able to count on the support of JWA experts at every stage of the development of the building’s decarbonization strategy, both in terms of changes in operations and potential investments in the building that will result in savings and reductions in CO2 emissions.

This is not the first project on which we have worked with JWA and certainly not the last.”

Anna Szelc

Director, Investment Management, Invesco Real Estate

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