1.  What field data do you envision will be connected to the calculation engines monitoring data? 

We can seamlessly connect to the utilities and convert the electricity and gas consumption into CO2 equivalents. Right now we have coverage in NY, Washington, Maryland, Illinois, and California.

We can also connect to IoT devices or via the data you or your clients are bringing into their control room or data center. 

 1.  What industries can use your software?

Global Carbon ESG is industry agnostic and aims to be the third-party trust ledger software and a one-stop shop solution to help high emitting industries, their value chain, and stakeholders to have transparent interconnected data.

Industries we serve;

Building Management, ESG Software Solutions Sustainability Consulting Firms, Carbon Offsets, IoT integrators, and other Software Integrators.

For more information, please reach out so we can send you specific information for each use case.

2.  What calculation engine do you use? Is it a database that is configured to  transform the raw data to CO2e? What assumptions are built in the  calculation What methods does the calculation engine use?

The calculation engine is a smart contract that executes computer code that calculates CO2e using regulatory methodologies based on the raw input signal. After the code executes, stores the result in a distributed ledger. The client can approve the calculation method that is inserted into the smart contract. We can automate approximately 95% of the processes that are currently done manually.

​Our mission is to accelerate and improve the existing data quality and transparency issues that are the cornerstone of every climate initiative.

4. How do you account for lifecycle emissions?

We (currently) focus on Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions that can be calculated based on a field input. This way, you do not need to estimate anymore, since emissions are calculated and visualized in near real-time.