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Digitizing Climate Reporting Compliance

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Senior Partner, Head East Coast Energy & Utilities West Monroe

Paul A. DeCotis is senior partner and east coast lead for West Monroe's Energy & Utilities practice, based in New York City. He leads the firm’s executive advisory and regulatory offerings...

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Digitizing Climate Reporting Compliance

Abstract: As companies contemplate end-to-end digital information and operations technology, customer platforms and products, it’s important to focus on “being digital” not simply “doing digital.” With increasing scrutiny and the need for verifiable compliance with GHG emissions and sustainability reporting, integrating such platforms as those identified herein, is increasingly important. Integrating solutions that are scalable to an organizations’ ecosystem will improve the efficiency of data collection, data analysis, forecasting and planning, and reporting.

Certainly, a future to create and look forward to. DeCotis, Paul A., (June (2022). “Digitizing Climate Reporting Compliance.” Climate and Energy Journal. Vol. 38 No. 11, ©2022 Wiley Periodicals, LLC. a Wiley company.

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Matt Chester on May 19, 2022

The key word you say here is verifiable! With something that's hard to grasp like emissions reductions, there needs to be trust. Hopefully the digitalization will make that trust more, and not less, widespread

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