Is your business’s carbon management strategy enhancing your business or is the lack thereof holding you back? Changing stakeholder expectations are making it more important than ever for companies to leverage carbon management services to demonstrate their commitment to reducing carbon emissions and accurately disclose their Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) data. Meeting these challenges requires tremendous time and resources, particularly if your business has a large, geographically diverse portfolio.
Your carbon footprint is the amount of carbon dioxide, or Greenhouse Gas Emissions, that your organization contributes to the environment. A long-term carbon management plan provides your organization with a documented strategy and roadmap that will help you prepare for the physical and economic risks of climate change.
Energy, waste and carbon management go hand-in-hand. As significant contributors to Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions, energy and waste are responsible for a significant amount of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere. By collecting and analyzing complete, accurate data on your organization’s energy and waste use, you can begin to better understand your carbon footprint. This data will inform your long-term planning as well as annual reporting and disclosure.
Carbon management software streamlines your company’s carbon reporting process, by helping your organization centralize and calculate your global emissions. Intuitive reporting and trend analysis help companies track year over year progress and streamline disclosure to industry frameworks such as CDP, Global Reporting Institute (GRI), and Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB).
ENGIE Insight’s Carbon Management Services deliver the expertise and resources to help you aggregate, calculate, and track carbon emissions year over year.
Our expert Carbon Analysts help you navigate the complexity of carbon accounting, providing you the tools, reporting and expertise to deliver a comprehensive view of your carbon emissions. This essential foundation of emissions data enables companies to develop sustainability reporting, evaluate renewable energy decisions, set targets, estimate the impact of a price on carbon, and more. To deliver this robust data foundation we provide:
The ENGIE Insight Energy and Sustainability Management Platform streamlines the carbon reporting process, by combining highly accurate utility data and your unique emissions sources in a single centralized location with intuitive reporting capabilities.
We simplify accurate carbon accounting across Scope 1, 2 and 3, addressing the needs for both intuitive reporting and verifier-ready, granular data. You can easily reveal insights such as year over year trends, emissions drivers, and emissions by facility type or region. Using an expansive, global repository of supplier-specific emissions factors, we help you evaluate and disclose renewable energy purchase decisions and track progress toward goals.
To simplify annual reporting, we ensure your carbon program is efficient and accurate. This plan helps you document your methodologies, emissions factors, data collection process and organizational GHG accounting goals to ensure consistent, accurate reporting year over year.
“Setting greenhouse gas targets in line with science sends a strong signal to peer companies that they need to shift their business strategies to embrace a low-carbon future. It’s not just good for the planet, but also good for consumers and the bottom line.” – Cynthia Cummis, Director Of Private Sector Climate Mitigation, WRI
As one of only eight global carbon management platforms accredited by CDP, we are proud to share that our rigorous approach to data quality has earned us 100% success rate with verifiers. As sustainability reporting expectations evolve, our team of carbon analysts accredited in CDP, WRI, and GRI standards will help you stay ahead of the changes. ENGIE Insight’s commitment to data quality and breadth of sustainability expertise simplifies sustainability reporting and helps you stand out as a leader in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
“Setting greenhouse gas targets in line with science sends a strong signal to peer companies that they need to shift their business strategies to embrace a low-carbon future. It’s not just good for the planet, but also good for consumers and the bottom line.”
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