Carbon Emissions Measurement: 6-8 Months Implementation

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Measure, monitor and report your organization’s Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions in an emission accounting tool such as Microsoft Sustainability Manager.

WWT pairs extensive data consulting experience with Microsoft Sustainability Manager (MSM) leveraging Azure capabilities to enable data-driven greenhouse gas emission reductions for an organization. WWT will work with your organization to deploy MSM for Scopes 1, 2, and 3 under the GHG Protocol. This engagement includes a personalized walk-through of MSM, uploading of data from your organization using Azure data lake, and implementation of calculations models for greenhouse gas emissions based upon organizational needs. Custom calculation profiles and models can be created to represent your organization’s emissions as accurately as possible.

Key Focus Areas: MSM implementation, Scope 3 accounting Extending Azure capabilities by utilizing data lake

WWT's Approach includes a team of experts that can deliver excellent customer outcomes across three phases - Discover, Design & Deploy - WWT will guide your organization in implementation of MSM of all three Scopes of the GHG Protocol which can be used for independent assurance of Net-Zero Goals/Science-Based Targets Initiative (SBTis).

Approach: Discover – • Record organizational details in MSM • Identify emission sources in a materiality assessment Design – • Discuss relevant emissions factors and models • Match emissions factors to respective organizational units/facilities through factor mapping Deploy – • Build data pipelines to gather, process and expose the internal data and relevant emissions factors • Upload Scope 1, 2, and 3 data into MSM (Reformatting of data may be necessary) • Pinpoint your organization’s main greenhouse gas emission sources with analytics dashboard • Data governance recommendations to ensure the sustained functioning of the product and the quality of the measurement

Pricing - *Prices vary based on the company´s size and requirements Implementation depends on data availability and access