Netix Global Announces Sustainability Finance Model for Middle East

Netix Global Announces Sustainability Finance Model for Middle East

The Sustainability Finance Model is set to be unveiled on 23rd September 2022

Netix Global BV, a Netherlands-based smart cities solutions provider and a subsidiary of the SB Group International, has announced a first-of-its-kind Sustainability Finance Model for the Middle East and rest of the world. 

Netix is pioneering a unique model that marries technology with funding, bringing to the region its first Sustainability Finance Model for the buildings industry.

The Europe Fund has tied up with Netix after witnessing the strong success of their smart city solutions with big names like Emaar, Damac, Emirates and the like.

The Netix model for smart buildings and smart cities addresses the one big challenge building owners and asset managers face when they want to transition to modern, tech-led, energy efficient BMS and buildings - the capital or funds to finance this change.

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Now with the funding option available, the pace of transition to energy efficient and smarter buildings as well as energy efficient smart cities will be much faster.

Netix Global is gearing up to fully finance smart upgrades and create the large-scale impact required to achieve net-zero goals of the UAE and KSA, for 2050 and 2060, respectively.

The Sustainability Finance Model is set to be unveiled on 23rd September 2022 at the iconic Burj Khalifa.

Industry stalwarts and stakeholders from the public and private sectors are expected to participate during the in-person and online launch event called ‘The Smart Move’. 

Netix solutions have been implemented for multiple clients which include 18 communities of Emaar, 30 towers of DAMAC, 77 buildings belonging to Etisalat, the Mazaya Towers, Accor Hotels, and all branches of a UAE-based bank.

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