Momentum is building around a smarter way to procure and invest in clean energy with the greatest decarbonization potential. REsurety’s LME data helps clean energy buyers, developers, and investors do just that.
Microsoft and other sustainability leaders adopt new tool to evaluate project-specific carbon impact of solar, wind and energy storage – a first for the industry.
Purchasing renewable energy is a means to an end: decarbonization. Yet, renewable energy projects are not all equal when it comes to cutting carbon. LMEs solve a pressing need for more accurate and transparent data.
Purchasing renewable energy is a means decarbonization, but renewable energy projects are not all equal when it comes to cutting carbon. Locational Marginal Emissions (LMEs) measure carbon emission avoided by renewable energy projects at the most granular spatial level: the electrical node where energy is injected into the grid.
Clean energy strategies can miss true carbon emissions avoided if they’re based on regional and annual averages, Power Finance & Risk reported May 10 in a story by Taryana Odayar.
REsurety’s CEO Lee Taylor offered insight into this new report by The Business Renewables Center (BRC), a program of Rocky Mountain Institute. Fill out the form below to access the report. DOWNLOAD THE REPORT