Sustainability Report 2022

Sustainability is part of our DNA. Everything we do across the board and in all project phases is designed to ensure careful and conservative use of natural resources even as we strive to achieve long-term economic prosperity and maintain social cohesion.

Strategically sustainable

Ina Invest’s sustainability strategy is based on a collaborative partnership with its stakeholders. We are confident that in this way we can contribute to continuous improvement and the development of solutions for current and future needs. The strategy is based on various major issues that were identified in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders.

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Our goals

We are seeking to achieve 14 goals by 2025. To the ESG goals.

Embodied emissions

In terms of emissions caused by materials (embodied emissions), we are aiming, in accordance with the decarbonisation strategy, to achieve net zero by 2040 for new buildings. To help us do this, we bank on systems and building materials with low levels of grey energy, grey emissions, and pollutants.

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On the way to net zero

In the long term, we aim to completely decarbonise the construction and operating emissions of our portfolio and play a pioneering role in achieving the 1.5-degree target of the Paris Climate Agreement. With our ambition to decarbonise new buildings by 2040 and existing buildings by 2050, we are making a significant contribution to this.

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Our progress


of the development portfolio is invested in wood and hybrid timber structures

1.5 M kWh

forecast annual output of solar power on Ina roofs. This corresponds to the annual consumption of approximately 375 Swiss households.


of the development portfolio boasts a building or site label


Renewable energies account for 87% of heat generation *


Renewable energies account for 90% of the electricity mix *

10.4 kg

CO2/m²a average greenhouse gas emissions in construction *

3.8 kg

CO2/m²a average greenhouse gas emissions in operation *

4.5 kg

CO2/m²a average greenhouse gas emissions regarding mobility *


of real estate in public transport class A and B

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