ESG Assessment

Real estate is going through significant digitalisation, as consumers increasingly acquire products and services online. The speed of digitalisation is amplified by the need for Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) and regulatory reporting, due to climate change and other environmental considerations.

Available data include:

  • Acute risks, such as earthquakes, subsidence, landslide, flooding, wildfire, soil quality, vegetation density, weather, etc
  • Climate risks under different forecasting scenarios, such as rise in sea level, droughts, etc
  • Mapping of social factors such as changes in population demographics, crime rates, pollution level, etc as well as human-induced sources of risk such as petrol stations, refineries, high-speed roads, train lines, etc
  • Automated estimation of buildings’ indicative energy performance

Ask WiRE’s proprietary analytics and technology platforms enable the provision and management of granular information using DaaS (Data-as-a-Service) and SaaS (Software-as-a-Service).