Sustainable PropTech Canada report shows $1.5 billion invested in Canadian sustainable property technology

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Technology, real estate and the environment come together With the publication of the Sustainable Proptech Canada 2022 report

TORONTO — Sustainable PropTech, a collaborative think tank of real estate and technology industry leaders, has published a detailed report on sustainable PropTech and the opportunities and advancements in this area. This is a cohesive and in-depth dive into the Canadian sustainable real estate technology industry.

Sustainable PropTech, was founded by Deena Pantalone and Joanna Creed, principals of Venturon, a Canadian investment group that consults and makes strategic investments in real estate technology start-ups. Sustainable PropTech is a community designed to help the industry navigate the fast-paced and ever-changing technology landscape and make a meaningful contribution to ESG and real estate in Canada.

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While the real estate industry has traditionally been slow to incorporate new innovations, this is rapidly changing with the introduction of new technologies, products and services that not only make the real estate industry more efficient, but also create opportunities for the industry to be more sustainable. . The report shows that $326 million has been invested in companies in the sustainable construction segment in Canada. This could help address the affordability of new home buyers as well as a myriad of environmental concerns.

The only report of its kind, it includes a comprehensive list of Canadian sustainable PropTech companies, a market map of the sustainable PropTech ecosystem in Canada, interviews with experts and an analysis of current sustainable PropTech trends.

Sustainable PropTech Co-Founder Deena Pantalone said, “We connect the built world of real estate with sustainability experts, tech entrepreneurs, investors and new thinkers. When it comes to protecting the planet, time is not on our side. That’s why our clear mission is to accelerate the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Joanna Creed, co-founder of Sustainable PropTech, adds: “This report brings together a wealth of information, with actionable data and important insights designed to help industry players share insights. Collaboration is how the digitalization of real estate can be accelerated, and our goal is to create real change. »

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We are Sustainable PropTech, a meeting of minds where you can learn, connect, collaborate and create the next generation of PropTech. Our community of innovators, forward-thinking individuals and thought leaders represents a full spectrum of organizations that are committed to strong ESG criteria.

We connect the built world of real estate with sustainability experts, technology entrepreneurs, investors and new thinkers with a clear mission to accelerate the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Our platform helps innovators and thought leaders interact and share ideas that can create new innovation and real change.


“We are starting to see a shift in the way real estate technology is adapting to improve building sustainability and meet the needs of building operators. Applying design principles such as digital twins and the passive house will set the stage for the future of sustainable urban development,”

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Mansoor Kazerouni, Global Director, Buildings, IBI Group

“We have seen a growing focus from the real estate community on PropTech solutions as a catalyst to help solve business problems. As real estate companies increasingly recognize the urgency to accelerate their decarbonization efforts and the measurement of related efforts, sustainable PropTech will play a key role in addressing an emerging challenge today. We are proud to support the SUSTAINABLE PROPTECH CANADA REPORT which addresses the need for more information on sustainable PropTech and the innovative solutions that can help.

Fred Cassano, national property tax manager at PwC

“ESG and technology are really relevant factors for young people coming into this industry and becoming more progressive, so I would say pay attention and be informed and partner with people who really know what they’re up to. because it’s going to be one of two or three things that will shape our industry for the next few decades.

Gary Whitelaw, former CEO, BentallGreenOak

“You are all onto something really interesting and important. Real estate is going through a major disruption, and there you are.

Richard Florida

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