Partner Energy prepares comprehensive Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory Reports for our clients that include the systematic analysis of GHG emissions sources.
These reports are detailed and can be used for benchmarking, compliance with contracts, state and local regulations, corporate policy, marketing, and investor relations.
Additionally, the report drives emissions reductions and helps our clients meet GHG reduction targets. A GHG emissions inventory could be benchmarked to show emission reductions year-over-year or used as a comparative tool between facilities, portfolios and industry competitors.
Where direct reduction is not feasible, Partner Energy can recommend carbon credits, GHG offsets and renewable energy credits (RECs) to lower our clients’ net GHG emissions and further reduce their carbon footprint.
Data Collection and Standards
Clients have the option to have their asset management collect data, or Partner Energy can complete the direct data collection to ease the burden of your team.
Our team of sustainability professionals uses a variety of reporting and GHG Emissions tools to meet the standards of the Greenhous Gas Protocol developed by the US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA), Carbon Disclosure Project, and United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions are generally divided into 3 scopes:
- Scope 1 covers direct GHG emissions from owned or controlled sources, including vehicles, equipment, and stationary sources.
- Scope 2 covers indirect emissions from the generation of electricity, steam, or heating and cooling that are purchased by the reporting company but where the generating equipment is not owned by the company.
- Scope 3 includes all other indirect emissions that occur in a company’s value chain and related to the company’s activities, such as business travel, employee commuting, etc.