Citadines Bali Adopts Digital Tools to Decarbonise its Operations
Citadines Bali will be the first hotel in Bali to adopt digital tools to track emissions from its operations, which can be replicated to enable other hotels or buildings to be more sustainable by utilising holistic ESG data and digital tools. The partnership integrates EnOS, Univers' comprehensive decarbonisation system with the ESGpedia digital registry, which powers the ESG Registry of the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s (‘MAS’) Project Greenprint.
Citadines Berawa Beach Bali, a development by Genesis Indojaya, is multi-award winning serviced residence project located in the prime tourist hub in Bali known as Canggu. The property holds 226 rooms and is professionally managed by Ascott under the Citadines brand.
"ESG initiatives are something which we hold close to our hearts as property developers, hospitality providers and global citizens. Citadines Bali has been one of the most active first movers in a myriad of ways in Bali, and we are excited to continue these positive efforts through this collaboration with HSBC, Envision Digital and STACS."
Project Director Genesis Indojaya
Accurate GHG emissions data on a common registry for effective green financing
Through the partnership, Univers smart IoT devices will be installed to measure and track greenhouse gas (‘GHG’) emissions by Citadines Bali more accurately. Using Univers' carbon management, Citadines Bali can effectively quantify emissions and target reductions. Through technical integration, these carbon emission data will be shared with STACS’ ESGpedia, which serves as the central ESG registry for the financial sector, aggregating ESG data and certifications across multiple industry data sources, to support decarbonisation financing through holistic data and digital tools. Financial institutions can leverage on ESGpedia to make better ESG financing decisions and effectively monitor its green portfolio on an ongoing basis.