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Achilles introduces New Carbon Management Module 

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Achilles introduces New Carbon Management Module 

Making Carbon Management easier

Achilles is very pleased to announce the launch of our newest addition to MyAchilles, Carbon Management Module. The Module has been designed to provide a very effective and efficient way for businesses to measure and monitor their carbon emissions and also help make carbon management and emissions data sharing easier. The new Carbon Management Module is particularly important for helping organisations that wish to capture Scope 3 (indirect) emissions across their supply chain.

In this post, we share the details about the Achilles Carbon Management Module and how it can make a difference for our customers.

What does the new Carbon Management Module do?

The new Achilles Carbon Management Module is a set of questions that Achilles suppliers can complete to demonstrate their carbon management maturity and the steps they are taking to manage Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions.

The Module enables organisations to capture details of their GHG emissions and share that information with customers to help meet the increasing focus on emissions management and reduction across the supply chain and help make carbon management and emissions data sharing easier.

The Module enables companies to show they are aware of the importance of reducing GHG emissions, demonstrate their awareness by sharing plans and progress and, importantly, enable buying organisations to build visibility of their Scope 3 carbon footprint. ​

Key Carbon Management Module Features:

The Carbon Module makes getting started with carbon measurement and management easier for suppliers and provides buying organisations with a detailed view of the carbon maturity of their supplier base. Here is the key information that the Carbon Management Module captures:

  1. GHG Measurement
  2. Third party verification/audit
  3. Management System Documentation
  4. Energy Management e.g. ISO50001
  5. Carbon Management e.g. to 14064
  6. Alignment to science-based targets
  7. GHG Disclosure/Publication
  8. Net Zero Plan & Offsetting

Importantly, the new Achilles Carbon Management Module is a helpful first step to carbon management. At any point, Carbon Management Module users can choose to upgrade to the Achilles Carbon Reduce (powered by Toitu) solution providing a formal and scientifically-based way to measure and reduce carbon emissions and the independently verified data required to comply with regulations and meet reporting and disclosure requirements. On average Carbon Reduce helps companies reduce their Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions by an average of 50% within 5-6 years.

What’s in it for you?:

As a supplier, the Carbon Management module provides an easy way to meet energy buyers’ increasing requirements for Scope 3 emissions measurement and monitoring. Read more about sustainability jargon here. Carbon emissions can be reported together with the other prequalification and compliance information so that it can all be accessible for buyers and potential from one place.

Precision in GHG emissions tracking enabling cost effective data collection.

Compliance with industry standards and streamlined processes for efficiency.

Competitive edge in showcasing your environmental responsibility.

As a buyer you get a clearer picture of your suppliers’ emissions whilst minimising risk and enhancing efficiency. Carbon related data provided by multiple suppliers can be aggregated to support buyers who want to assess the performance of their supply chain

Gain comprehensive insights into supplier GHG emissions across Scope 1, 2, and 3.

Ensure compliance and minimise risk by having a clear understanding of your supply chain’s carbon impact.

Streamline your reporting processes with standardised, reliable data.

To learn more about how the Carbon Management Module can help you to get started on your journey to reduce your emissions get in touch using the contact form provided.

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