We are aware that climate change has grave consequences, which is why we strive to minimise their negative impact on our lives and the lives of the future generations. We have made a commitment to use 100% renewable energy on our construction sites by the end of 2024. This puts us 6 years ahead of the EU’s Fit for 55 strategy! All of our projects feature low-carbon solutions. We have also implemented a new green building standard.
Green standard at ROBYG
We install electric car chargers on our sites, supporting the development of electromobility.
We install renewable energy installations on the rooftops of our buildings. Photovoltaic cells significantly reduce carbon-intensive energy consumption in common areas.
We use energy-efficient and environmentally friendly LED lighting in common areas of our buildings.
We reduce primary energy demand by using the right building materials, bright façade colours, blinds and green vines on exterior walls.
The inverted flat roof technology with gravel surface enables water retention and reduces overheating.
Smart House System
Our standard offering includes the environmentally-friendly Smart House System by Keemple, which reduces utility consumption by up to 30%.
Our projects will feature solar benches, allowing users to charge mobile devices with solar energy.
We use anti-smog paving stones for all walkways to reduce the amount of harmful substances in the air.
and anti-smog ventilators
To ensure the best air quality and save energy, we install triple-glazed windows with anti-smog ventilators.
and insect houses
By putting up insect houses and birdhouses we create safe places for animals to live in the city.
Our projects feature bike racks, bike stations, and bike repair stations, allowing residents to safely store and service their bikes themselves.
and recreational areas
We create green areas for sports and recreation, fostering active and healthy lifestyle.
We reduce carbon footprint by developing our construction projects in line with the idea of 15-minute cities – ensuring that all the residents’ basic needs are met near their place of residence.
and green walls
By creating rain gardens, we help retain and conserve water. Green walls help fight air pollution and combat the phenomenon of urban heat islands.
We plant flowery meadows – a natural habitat for birds and insects – to increase biodiversity.
Weather management systems
and motion sensors
We reduce heat and power consumption by installing weather management systems and motion sensors.
about plants and animals
We are striving to reshape cities by including green and recreational areas – a crucial element of a future city. In total, we have already delivered more than 55 hectares of green areas. We carefully include tall and smaller plants, including flowery meadows, in our designs, focusing on native plant species. The abundance of plants ensure better water retention and shade on hot days, helping us combat the harmful phenomenon of urban heat islands. We also do not forget about the animals living in the city – we build insect houses, birdhouses and water fountains to provide safe spaces, where birds can thrive. What is more, we do not forget about them during the construction phase.
A 15-minute city is a city where the residents can fulfil all of their vital needs no further than 15 minutes away from their home on foot or by bicycle. 15-minute estates promote a more active and healthy lifestyle, as well as micromobility. They are a remedy to disintegrating social ties and make for an effective weapon in the fight against climate change. Living there allows you to reduce your dependence on a car and thus your carbon footprint. Even now, 70% of all projects developed by ROBYG are built in line with these principles. We want to increase that number to 80%.
Water – blue
Water covers up to 70% of the surface of our Earth – that does not mean that we do not have to take good care of it. We need to make sure that it is abundant where it is needed, and manage the excess in a well-thought-out manner, like we do at ROBYG when we use it for watering the plants. In order to ensure water retention and reduce overheating of the surroundings of our projects, we build rain gardens, ponds, basins and special roofs with gravel surface using our bespoke inverted roof technology. We also create artificial lakes to help manage water, while giving the residents something pretty to look at.
a green technology
All our projects include the Smart House System by Keemple system at no extra charge. It is a smart and environmentally friendly technology solution that allows residents to remotely adjust their lighting, media and security using a mobile device. As a result, it enables a significant reduction in energy consumption and savings of up to 30% on utility bills.
We use low-carbon technologies – photovoltaic panels, Smart House System by Keemple, LED lighting, anti-smog paving stones, solar benches, electric car chargers and many others. What is more, our construction projects are based on renewable energy. In near future, all of our projects will feature a minimum of five low-carbon solutions.
With the innovative and green solutions, you can reduce your cost of living, while being environmentally friendly. Photovoltaic panels installed on our rooftops – with 3120 m2 installed to date – supply green energy to the common areas, thus reducing electricity bills. To reduce electricity consumption in buildings, we install LED lighting, dusk sensors and weather management systems. Our apartments are connected to a fibre-optic network, which provides the fastest possible data transfer and consumes less energy than traditional copper connections.
Our projects are designed with pedestrians and cyclists in mind. The latter can take advantage of our modern bicycle shelters, bicycle racks and bicycle halls in buildings, as well as bicycle repair stations. With a network of bike paths, our projects are perfect for the cycling aficionados. At the same time, thanks to micromobility-friendly infrastructure, we are significantly reducing CO2 emissions of our housing estates.