Little Changes Together Make for Big Results: Sustainability Technology

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11 am PT / 12 pm MT / 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET
*approximate length: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Presenter: James Scott, Lead Researcher, MITS Real Estate Innovation Lab

The push in recent years for businesses to commit to ESG efforts is commendable. With more and more regulation coming down the line its more important than ever to understand what technologies can help facilitate energy reduction and low carbon emissions.

In this session, James Scott, Director of the MIT/CRE Real Estate Technology Initiative, will outline what emerging technologies and innovations that are being implemented in our buildings to facilitate lowering energy usage, promote sustainability, and help work toward a carbon neutral building.

During the course of this webinar, you will learn about:

  • Better understand what technologies can facilitate healthier and more sustainable buildings
  • How operators are using these technologies to reduce energy usage
  • What future technologies will help operators meet the demands of future climate policy

James Scott, who is working with IREM as Technology Innovator-in-Residence, is Lead Researcher for the MIT Real Estate Innovation Lab (REIL). REIL merges MIT’s school of real estate with its technological capabilities to create an innovative real estate tech research platform. Among other projects at REIL, Scott has been responsible for creating a global database of all real estate-oriented technology companies, and has identified over 1,800, with that number continuing to rise. His experience with this project further validates the impact of technology on the world of real estate. As Innovator-in-Residence at IREM, Scott’s goal is to identify innovations that can help IREM members operate their buildings more efficiently, improve their properties’ competitive positioning, and better serve tenants and clients.

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