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Greenhouse Gas Profiles

Partner's energy experts help clients to identify opportunities and prioritize strategies for energy efficiency and conservation.

As part of our energy consulting practice, Partner performs evaluations of a facility’s greenhouse gas (GHG) profile. A greenhouse gas profile helps clients to identify opportunities and prioritize strategies for energy efficiency and conservation and measure their progress.

What is a Greenhouse Gas Emissions Profile?

A GHG profile provides detailed data about a building’s energy consumption and levels of GHG emissions, including carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide, with the aim of pinpointing initiatives that will reduce energy use and cost.

Partner creates a GHG emissions profile by reviewing all equipment and processes of a facility and its occupants, measuring all sources of GHG emissions and calculating these against a baseline year. Partner’s assessment can include both direct GHG emissions (which are created onsite, like running a boiler) and indirect emissions (created elsewhere but on behalf of the facility, such as emissions created when electricity used at a facility is generated.)

Based on this, Partner will develop a recommended plan of action to reduce GHG emissions and provide the corresponding tools and resources the client needs to best utilize and address the information presented in the profile.

Partner’s professionals can also help identify energy efficiency rebates and tax incentives that may be available to the client as appropriate.