Do you know what your building's carbon footprint is?
CREtelligent can help you determine how close are you to net-zero and what can you do about it...
The focus on climate change and the drive towards net-zero carbon emissions is driving CRE investors, owners, and developers to take a close look at the carbon footprint of their assets and future projects.
That’s why we’ve partnered with WattCarbon to deliver the CREtelligent Carbon Footprint PreScreen, a report that helps you measure carbon emissions associated with a building’s energy usage. It also provides recommendations to reduce carbon emissions.
Ideal for early real estate due diligence, screening, and decarbonization planning, it helps to understand how close you are to net-zero and what you can do about it.
Estimate emissions of assets in portfolio
Identify pathways to reach annual net-zero
Optimize the purchase of “green” power
Optimize building operations to reach 24/7 net zero
Know Your CRE’s Fuel Sources
Fuels used to power the grid change from hour to hour, and also have seasonal shifts. The Carbon Footprint PreScreen uses real-time carbon emissions data by “fuel source” to show when your asset is most dependent on carbon-heavy sources. It helps take the guesswork out of net-zero by embedding measurement into operations and reporting tools.
Comprehensive Coverage of the Built Environment
Powerful synthetic data tools to create hourly load profiles for almost commercial real estate, solar, wind farms, and more. You can easily understand and plan for load dependency before development.
Data-Rich, Actionable Reports
Breakdown of grid mix of fuel/source
Carbon-based sources: coal, nuclear, natural gas, etc.
Carbon-free sources: Hydro, Wind, Solar
Metrics for CRE asset’s energy consumption and carbon release by day, month, and annual
Comparison of your grid mix against national averages
Analysis of average daily energy mix
Recommendations to reduce dependency on carbon-producing energy
To learn more about the Carbon Footprint PreScreen, fill out this form.