ATP increases sustainability and reduces energy bill

The company's 120 office and retail properties must reduce their energy consumption by up to 20 percent within five years. There is a lot to gain, the CEO says.

ATP subsidiary ATP Ejendomme owns real estate worth over EUR 6.7 billion (DKK 50 billion). | Photo: PR / ATP

ATP Ejendomme, which is one of Denmark's largest property companies, wants to reduce its properties' energy consumption by 10-20 percent per square meter before 2025. By 2040, the reduction should be between 30 and 40 percent.

The company announced this through an advertisement supplement given out with Danish daily Berlingske on Thursday.

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