nzero 2024
Net zero has a new standard
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On February 29, 2024, NZero announced its partnership with World Wide Technology (WWT), a leading global technology integrator. With NZero’s 24/7 carbon emissions tracking and measurement technology and predictive capabilities, WWT’s carbon measurement offerings enter a new era of climate accountability.

“As one of the largest energy consuming industries in the world, data centers have the opportunity to lead by example when decarbonizing the built world,” says Adam Kramer, Chief Executive Officer of NZero. “You can’t change what you can’t measure, and we applaud WWT’s efforts to provide their partners the highest level of carbon transparency as they endeavor to achieve their sustainability goals.”

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NZero’s carbon management solution provides 24/7 hourly greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory accounting across Scopes 1, 2, and 3, as well as automated utility data ingestion. This granular level of reporting provides its customers with GHG reduction guidance in compliance with the law in jurisdictions where individual companies have data center operations. WWT clients will now be able to use the reports accessible in NZero’s platform to receive a greater understanding of their energy mix composition, identify efficiencies and decarbonization strategies, and annual GHG reporting.

“WWT is delighted to partner with NZero given their expertise in decarbonization technology solutions for the built environment. We see significant potential given recent regulations focusing on the efficiency and carbon emissions of buildings, including data centers,” says Brendan Walsh, ESG Principal at World Wide Technology.

 Given regulatory developments such as SB 253 and SB 261 in California and the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) in Europe, together with supply chain pressures on disclosure, companies are increasingly being required to measure and disclose their carbon emissions. Business and government leaders not only need the highest degree of data granularity available across all scopes, but they need to understand the resulting retrofit opportunities with speed and efficiency to inform operational and capital planning, leverage tax credits, and meet the evolving expectations of stakeholders and reporting standards.

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