Together, we can invest in our planet!

Energy efficiency optimisation using modern technology is an excellent way for property owners to save costs and reduce their carbon footprint. In 2022, Nordomatic’s core business streams directly contributed to 130,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions being avoided by our customers. This is due to our growth and successful expansion of our service- and smart cloud businesses.

Sustainability is the path to prosperity for humanity and businesses alike. According to, companies that developed strong Environment Social Governance (ESG) standards are seeing better profitability, stronger financial performance, and happier employees.

ESG plays a prominent role in how companies around the globe operate. This is due to that ESG also affects how investors choose to invest.

Nordomatic works for open innovation, and we have integrated ESG into the company’s business plan. Together with our majority shareholder, Trill Impact, we have set ambitious Impact KPI targets for 2025 and 2030.

By 2025, we plan to reduce our customer’s CO2 emissions by 150,000 tonnes and our CO2 emissions by 12.5 %. And by 2030, our goal is to reduce our customers’ CO2 emissions by 300.000 tonnes and thereby position Nordomatic as the most sustainable company in the industry.

Being a service provider with a strong environmental focus in the field of tech requires us to be innovative and to be able to take responsibility through the value chain.

AI (Artificial Intelligence) is a hot topic in the field, and many service providers are doing their best to be involved in the discussion. However, there is a difference between working on automatic updates and offering a self-sufficient system.

Ecopilot is one example of a product of Nordomatic that tracks and optimises the energy consumption in a building. Through the HVAC system, the software controls the indoor climate, and based on the data, the software adjusts the climate regarding temperature and occupancy. To maintain a healthy and cost-efficient indoor environment, Ecopilot enables various systems to collaborate rather than constantly working against each other. This helps to build owners cut costs, maintain a healthy indoor climate, and reduce CO2 emissions.

When we say that we are innovative, we mean it. Ecopilot is only one example of a solution for the Nordomatic portfolio. Through each endeavour we take, our goal is always to provide a sustainable solution that benefits our client’s goals and our future environment.

Nordomatic is product independent and uses modern technology for a reason. By collaborating with Nordomatic, you are not only investing in a sustainable building with a state-of-the-art technical solution, but you are also investing in a better climate.

There should no longer be a choice between going green and growing long-term profits. Nordomatic’s 56 years of operational experience, thorough ESG agenda, and broad and competitive product portfolio has enabled us to be a trusting partner to the largest and most demanding property owners and occupants.

In 2022, we achieved significant improvements in the Integration project business, and we have expanded our healthy Service business as well. We have also transformed the PropTech market with our advanced SaaS platforms.

Today, we are proud to say that Nordomatic is one of the most prominent players in the market. With more than 1,100,000 connected smart assets and pure SaaS Annual Recurring Revenue of more than SEK 50 million per year, this forms a strong and resilient base coupled with thrilling fast-growing next-generation digital services.

Based on our data, modern solutions and continuous responsibility, it is clear that Nordomatic drive change globally. We value the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and are systematically moving towards increased environmental and social sustainability.

The more business Nordomatic does, the better for our planet! Join us as we lead a transformation of the Smart Buildings market on a global scale.

Click here to see the results of our 2022 Sustainability & Financial Report

Tove Ljung
Communication Coordinator