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If your company has installed solar or is considering a solar project, chances are you want to be able to share your positive environmental impact. We’ve compiled some great tools that use your production data to demonstrate your company’s CO2 emission reduction, the equivalent of forests planted, and other useful data points. Think: ESG Goal reporting made easy.
This calculator is a go-to for the solar industry and proves extremely useful for calculating a variety of environmental metrics. The tool lets you put in the kilowatt-hours avoided from your solar production and easily find the equivalent amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. If you have questions about where to find your kilowatt hours avoided for the calculation, don’t hesitate to give Arch a call!
For those who don’t want to fuss around with calculators, In Bold Print is a service that takes your sustainability data and converts it into reportable facts. Considered the ‘TurboTax of Carbon Accounting’, this solution pulls data from all your ESG projects (solar, scope 1,2,&3 emissions, etc.) and makes an easy-to-share impact summary. If you want continuous, easily accessible data, consider In Bold Print’s service model.
In every solar proposal, Arch provides a page of ‘environmental benefits’ that demonstrates how your system will do more than just save you money. The carbon reduction estimates are based on 20 years of production, so the data can be used for long-term project goals and planning. Solar proposals from Arch are FREE, so this is a great place to start if you are new to solar – you’ll receive a customized system design and get potential emission-cutting numbers to make your next investment in ESG goals.
Wherever you are on your solar journey, reporting the environmental impact is crucial for your business. If your company has established ESG targets or you want to invest in solar purely for financial savings, promoting a positive environmental impact is always beneficial in today’s climate-conscious world. We recommend the listed tools and are always learning about new solutions for solar impact reporting – reach out to Arch Solar today if you’d like to discuss more!