A green property is worth its weight in gold
CEJ not only takes the lead, we take responsibility when it comes to energy-efficient and sustainable solutions. And this quickly pays off through both increased savings and rising values.
We use the latest technology, data, experience, innovation and common sense when working on sustainable and energy-efficient improvements to properties.
We take pride in presenting projects that are not only aesthetically pleasing, functional and operationally optimised, but also financially sustainable – e.g. through long-term savings and the use of public subsidy schemes.
Dedicated to your green agenda
In CEJ’s energy and climate department, you’ll find competent engineers specialised in energy and construction.
Here, you will receive guidance and advice for all energy and climate issues. Including energy labels and improvements.
Our experts define projects and calculate savings, so the documentation of the project and its value is always available. This serves as a basis for decision-making prior to investments and improvements.
Innovation and sustainable solutions
Solar cells, green roofing, rainwater collection. When it comes to setting new standards and raising the bar for sustainability, CEJ is at the forefront.
CEJ has been green long before it was popular. Whether we’re talking solar cells in roof tiles, rainwater harvesting innovations, green roofs or eco-friendly waste stations – we’ve tried most of these before.
For us, it’s natural to think of green solutions. That’s why we always offer the opportunity whenever it’s available. And we make sure projects are financially sustainable too.
We know when improvements pay off
For us, it is not enough that operations run smoothly on a daily basis. It’s all about how. We optimise operations and are proactive if something should be improved.
While we continuously ensure that everything is optimal within existing operations, sometimes it is necessary to raise the bar.
Measures such as insulation, window replacement, cooling of district heating or fans improve operations while reducing energy consumption.
The trick is to know when it pays off in terms of savings, energy label and increased value.
Here, CEJ are the experts.
Give the energy label a service check
The law requires all buildings to have an energy label that gives an overview of the expected energy consumption of the property.
If you compare the energy label with the actual consumption, there is often a lot to be gained. With CEJ’s energy management agreement, we make any optimisation potentials visible. We continuously record operations and report the property’s consumption of electricity, water and heat. This is done through the operational log, which also contains comments and recommendations.
This is something that creates value.
A good indoor climate ensures a high quality of life
Sometimes too much insulation can lead to a poor indoor climate, which is harmful to one’s health. When it comes to well-being, we make sure to find the balance.
The indoor climate is an often-overlooked factor.
Builders have become so adept at insulating, sealing and optimising building envelopes that there is a concomitant need for sufficient ventilation and air exchange. Conditions such as damp, mould, draughts, and CO2 and radon levels all play a role in determining comfort and well-being.
At CEJ, there is a close connection between the health of occupants and the health of the property, because sometimes insulation can be too much of a good thing.
Partnership with a green conscience
CEJ has partnered with the Copenhagen Municipality and other industry actors to develop the energy-efficient buildings of the future.
Energispring is the name of the partnership, and the goal is more energy savings from the buildings of Copenhagen.
CEJ wants to actively contribute to ensuring that the entire municipality becomes carbon neutral by 2025.
“In light of current environmental trends, it is really important that we can get advice from CEJ on energy labelling etc.”
— Jan, Board member, A/B Bramsgaarden