Deka Immobilien Chooses MeteoViva Smart Building Solution
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The energy monitoring technology allows building owners, building portfolio and facility managers to optimise the indoor climate and improve the efficiency of building operation.
Deka will utilise MeteoVivas energy monitoring system to record consumption data for properties around the world, with additional measures to optimise the platform for portfolio customers and reduce energy consumption to be implemented using data collected by the technology.
Discussing the agreement, Burkhard Dallosch, Deka Immobilien managing director, said:
"The use of intelligent building technology reduces the CO2 emissions of properties in our portfolio and allows us to contribute actively to achieving CO2 climate targets we are committed to globally.
"Our tenants will also benefit from a better indoor climate and energy savings."
MeteoViva managing director, Dr. Jan Scheffler, added:
"The cooperation with Deka re-enforces our position as an innovator in sustainable building control solutions, and as the 'go to' solution for smart technical building management in commercial properties."
About Deka Immobilien
Deka Immobilien is a subsidiary of Deka Group, the holding company of DekaBank - the Wertpapierhaus (securities services provider) of the German Savings Banks Finance Group.
Deka Group manages total customer assets of around EUR 276 billion (as at 31/12/2019) and around 4.7 million securities accounts, making it one of the largest securities services providers and real estate asset managers in Germany. It provides retail and institutional clients access to a wide range of investment products and services. DekaBank is firmly anchored in the Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe and designs its portfolio of products and services to meet the requirements of its shareholders and sales partners in the securities business.
The Deka Group’s global real estate expertise is pooled within its Real Estate Division. The two investment companies, Deka Immobilien Investment GmbH and WestInvest Gesellschaft für Investmentfonds mbH, and the service company, Deka Immobilien GmbH, manage and service around EUR 36 billion in real estate assets.