Illinois recently passed a bill calling for 100% renewable energy use by 2050, joining over 15 other U.S. states and numerous U.S. cities in the quest to eliminate fossil fuels. If your organization has buildings/facilities in a state or city…Read full post
With the rise in net zero emissions goals, onsite renewable generation or RECs are becoming widespread. The issue, however, is that renewable production data exists among various platforms, making tracking and reporting the performance of your renewables a challenge.
Key Product Features
Renewable Production Tracking
WatchWire centralizes all onsite renewable production data (whether solar, fuel cell, battery, etc.) across multiple sites and vendors.
Visualize Renewable Offsets
Easily view the percentage of your electricity consumption that is renewable vs. purchased from the grid, incorporating any purchased RECs from contracts, on-site generation, and purchased electricity from the grid obtained from your utility bills.
With integrations to several sustainability reporting frameworks, you can easily integrate your accurate emissions data into your sustainability reporting efforts.
WatchWire gives you the ability to analyze actual vs. guaranteed production for agreements that have these clauses, like PPAs and lease agreements.
Operational & Engineering Analytics
Alert your operations or engineering teams of any issues with renewable production.
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