GRC Profile in Climate Action, A Case Study on Sustainability and Reduction of Energy Consumption at 200 Clarendon

A member of the Boston Green Ribbon Commission’s Commercial Real Estate Working Group, Boston Properties has a strong commitment to responsible management of energy, water, and greenhouse gas emissions. The company has exceeded 2020 targets by reducing energy use intensity by 23 percent, water use intensity by 26 percent and greenhouse gas emissions intensity by 38 percent below a 2008 base year.

When Boston Properties purchased the iconic 200 Clarendon, or the John Hancock Tower, they found it was in dire need of modernization. Check out the Case Study below to see the steps they took to upgrade the building in order to meet their goals of reducing energy consumption, boosting thermal comfort, and achieving an overall sustainable structure.

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