Carbon Monitoring

Think Carbon Emissions are not
important? Consider the following:

The release of billions of tons greenhouse gases (GHGs) into our atmosphere is adversely affecting our climate. Roughly 80 percent of all GHGs emitted each year from human activity (predominantly burning fossil fuels) is carbon dioxide (CO2). In recent years, numerous national and local governments have enacted legislation requiring energy-intensive businesses to monitor and reduce their carbon emissions. Moreover, many forward-thinking businesses have implemented their own sustainability programs as part of their broader Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives. NUS understands the importance of this issue and has developed tools and reports to help businesses comply with regulations as well as support their own sustainability goals. NUS’s on-line energy data management system (NUSdirect) converts your electricity, natural gas and other consumed fuels into CO2 emissions equivalent. Our system provides benchmarking, analytical and reporting tools for Scope 1 (direct), Scope 2 (indirect) and Scope 3 (business activities relating to business travel, commuting, etc.) emissions, facilitating compliance with Energy Star, CRC, CDP and other emission monitoring and reporting programs.

Supply Chain

Supply Chain

If you are in a supply chain and either your customer or someone further up the chain requires carbon emission data how will you manage this requirement?
Competition

Competition

If a customer had to choose between you or a competitor, and the competitor was actively managing their carbon footprint – would you be at a disadvantage?
Compliance

Compliance

Carbon emissions legislation is expanding. Sooner or later it will impact your organization. Are you prepared?