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With the Johnson Controls OpenBlue Net Zero Advisor, building managers can digitally assess carbon footprints, set emissions targets, manage emissions, and track progress for reporting.


Johnson Controls has introduced the OpenBlue Net Zero Advisor, which uses digitally automated data collection and analytics to manage and track scope 1 and 2 emissions and assist building owners in reporting for certification and compliance frameworks. Organizations can manage single-building emissions targets around the world, and also aggregate global building data to optimize buildings and support reporting on enterprise-wide climate targets.

OpenBlue Net Zero Advisor provides an all-in-one tool for carbon footprint assessment, target setting, emissions management, and tracking. In addition, it aggregates data across a global building portfolio, to deliver insights on reducing building emissions and assist in accurate and transparent global reporting, while saving the time and money normally spent on complicated calculations and spreadsheets. Net Zero Advisor automatically extracts data from monthly utility bills, on-site renewable energy sources, and local emissions factors, including the local power grid contribution. Based on that data, it calculates scope 1 and 2 emissions. It then factors in credits and carbon offsets and calculates total net emissions for each building site.

Aggregating and analyzing data across a global portfolio of buildings, Net Zero Advisor can also provide carbon footprint transparency at an enterprise-wide level. Net Zero Advisor can help building owners assign measurable targets for energy, energy use intensity, emissions, and emissions intensity for each building, and then manage and summarize climate progress for the entire portfolio.

The Net Zero Advisor is available as a subscription service so that building owners can install it and start working towards their climate targets, with very limited upfront costs. It can also be installed as part of a comprehensive "Net Zero as a Service" plan. The Net Zero Advisor application belongs to Johnson Controls OpenBlue, the global building market's most comprehensive suite of connected solutions, which breaks down system siloes, to manage building-wide optimization.

OpenBlue can pinpoint inefficient equipment and spaces that are contributing to emissions or waste, and initiate system optimization, supporting progress towards emissions goals set in the Net Zero Advisor. OpenBlue can manage the overall health and sustainability of a building, from air quality and water use to energy, emissions, and waste reduction.

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