E-IQ Features

  • Precision, automated data collection de-risks emissions data to support future climate reporting requirements.
  • State-of-the-art marginal emissions data enables “impact accounting", which tracks true net-zero progress ensuring emissions mitigations are authentic, data-driven, and auditable.
  • Automated systems streamline GHG reporting (i.e., GHG Protocol, CDP, and GRESB)
  • Data visualization dashboards make it easy to share progress with internal corporate stakeholders and public-facing customers.
  • Comprehensive energy monitoring includes Scope 1 and 2 emissions, plus captures Scope 3 energy-related emissions throughout an organization’s value chain.
  • Interoperable with a wide array distributed energy resources (i.e., EVs, EMSs, BES) and integrated with numerous smart meter networks, utilities and ISOs.


E-IQ is plug-and-playready to enhance your company’s climate and sustainability strategies. E-IQ monitors all energy assets within a siteand empowers an organization to track energy, account for emissions and movecloser to net-zero in four simple steps:

  • Digitization: E-IQ collects and validates ongoing, real-time data through an E-IQ Edge that is installed at each site. The E-IQ Edge physically integrates will all energy assets, compiles real-time performance data and integrates all data streams into the E-IQ Cloud, the intelligent ‘brain’ of the system.
  • Accounting: Within the E-IQ Cloud, raw data sources are harmonized and translated into precision emissions accounting — viewable in the E-IQ Portal dashboard. The E-IQ Portal provides understand of where and how emissions are induced through electricity consumption and how much can be avoided through strategies like real-time balancing with zero-emission, renewable energy.
  • Optimization: E-IQ enables a transition down the energy emissions ‘glide slope’ toward net-zero carbon through data-enabled solutions such as emissions-aware load shifting and smart EV fleet charging. It calculates the true emissions-reduction impact of energy efficiency, demand response, and other strategies – in real-time. The result is optimization of site assets for reliability and grid decarbonization.
  • Trading: For hard-to-abate emissions in your GHG footprint, carbon credits are procured and retired based on investment in real-world assets that reduce, avoid, or capture CO2e emissions; meanwhile, carbon credits your company generates can be monetized by minting, selling, and/or trading.

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