Capital Park’s Flagship Projects Go Green

18 January 2024

Capital Park Group has started to power its investment projects exclusively with energy from renewable sources. As of 1 January 2024, Norblin Factory, Royal Wilanów and two Vis à Vis street malls use 100% green energy. The total area of all projects powered by RES is more than 110,000 sq. m. The energy supplier is Enefit. The Westbridge Advisory team advised Capital Park in the procurement process.

Capital Park has decided to purchase 100% green energy, thus helping to reduce the environmental impact of its properties. The Group has annexed its existing conventional electricity contract with Enefit. As a result, the Group’s flagship investments: Norblin Factory, Royal Wilanów and Vis à Vis street mall retail projects in Radom and in Warsaw’s Wilanów district, are powered exclusively by energy from renewable sources since the beginning of 2024.

We are aware of the growing importance of environmental objectives in business and the impact of real estate projects on the environment. Our commitment to using only green energy reflects our concern for the environment and future generations, which is why we will successively introduce green energy solutions also in our other investments,” said Marcin Juszczyk, Management Board Member, CIO/CFO at Capital Park Group.

Capital Park’s broker and advisor in the green energy procurement process was Westbridge Advisory, which advises the Group on electricity supply, cost optimisation and sustainability goals.

Whether owner, investment or asset manager: the EU taxonomy  make the energy optimization of real estate an absolute necessity in terms of the competitiveness of assetssaid Danuta Grzywacz, Country Head Poland at Westbridge. We are pleased that Capital Park has decided to initiate the process of transitioning to green energy for its projects, and that we have successfully supported another player in the real estate market in terms of sustainable development actions.