Carbon Levy

From now on, landlords must share some of the CO2 costs for buildings, which means the financial burden on tenants is reduced. The less energy-efficient the building is, the higher the landlord's share. The Carbon Dioxide Cost Allocation Act (CO2KostAufG) came into effect on January 1, 2023. As responsible landlords, we think it's important for our tenants to be fully informed at an early stage about what these regulations mean for them and how they will be implemented in practice. For this reason, we are clearly presenting all relevant information here.

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Silke Hoock

Spokeswoman Sustainability, New Construction (Serial-Modular), Renewable Energy, Skilled Workers Abroad