Online Carbon Assessor helps gather and analyse energy consumption data

Integrated Environmental Solutions and construction consultants Davis Langdon have collaborated in the developed of the online Carbon Assessor (URL below, with a 30-day free trial). It is designed to provide owners and managers of large building portfolios with a simple way of gathering and analysing energy data and complying with the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme.

Carbon Assessor provides a method for recording and analysing carbon emissions across all types of buildings. With easy input and online web access to multiple parties, the tool saves time in assembling data and defining ongoing reduction strategies, helping target activity where it is most effective.

Specific built-in CRC elements will help organisations comply with the CRC EES.

David McEwan, UK director of IES, explains, ‘Bringing together the complementary strengths of IES and Davis Langdon allows us to provide a unique solution, offering low-cost software backed up by expert advice. Our vision is to remove barriers and take the mystery out of building carbon reduction management, so it’s easy for organisations to take the right action to suit their individual needs.’

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