Precisely identify the carbon content of electricity
As more companies seek to understand their climate impact and set goals to limit their emissions, it is important for them to have access to accurate measurements of the carbon content of the electricity they consume. The more precise the measurement, the more likely project and purchasing choices will truly reduce their emissions.
Traditional and competitive approaches to calculating grid carbon intensity use large scale averaging across time and geography. Other approaches focus on marginal emissions based on the marginal generator in the market. Both of these approaches fail to capture the realities of the power flowing on the grid and where it comes from at any point in time.
Kevala's platform provides the basis for the highly granular analysis of the grid needed to determine carbon intensity at any location and time. We deliver these actionable insights to utilities, regulators, and businesses seeking to decarbonize with our Total Carbon Accounting framework, developed in partnership with some of the world's largest utilities.Request a demo