GHG Emissions Reporting Roadmap: A Closer Look  

To wrap up the project, we handed our customer an action plan for reporting on each of the 17 identified emissions sources, accompanied by 3 methods for collecting data aligned with The Climate Registry’s GHG Protocol. For instance, we determined that: 

  • 5 emissions sources needed to be assessed through materiality 
  • 5 required a field inventory audit to understand what equipment existed 
  • 6 required process changes to connect fuel purchases to energy consumption 
  • 2 required clarity on facility energy usage and purchases 

Project Outcomes  

Thanks to the GHG reporting roadmap, our customer understands what emissions sources matter, what they need to report, and how to best gather that data. This is helping the energy company stay ahead of emerging regulations, align with the climate enthusiasm of their industry peers, and drive internal efficiency and cost savings.  

Key Wins 
  1. A clear path forward for reporting on 17 GHG emissions sources 
  2. GHG reporting in alignment with The Climate Registry and EPA guidelines 
  3. Better systems and processes for aligning SME resources with GHG reporting requirements 
  4. Understanding of conditions and level of detail needed for assurance, saving time and financial resources down the road  
  5. Ability to thoughtfully assess 3rd party technology tools based on current data availability 


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