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Carbon Credentials Unlocks Big Data To Optimize Energy Performance

Date: 06 June 2016

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This report is one in a series of Verdantix reports that analyses energy services in the context of energy domains such as commercial buildings, retail stores and public sector buildings. To hear more about Carbon Credentials’ energy services proposition, Verdantix spoke with the Carbon Credentials leadership team and took a demonstration of its big data platform - Assured Data Analytics Platform (ADAPt). Carbon Credentials provides a suite of energy optimization services across energy performance, analytics and carbon compliance. It is positioning itself at the cornerstone of energy and data management, helping its clients to unlock value from data in energy strategies and programmes. This offering is resonating with customers, resulting in Carbon Credentials being one of the fastest growing firms in the UK energy services market. This report uses insights from Verdantix research to identify how CFOs as well as energy and sustainability directors can get value from the Carbon Credentials offering.


Carbon Credentials Unlocks Big Data To Optimize Energy Performance
Carbon Credentials Brings Together Data, Strategy And Technology To Improve Energy Performance In Buildings
Better Quality Data Opens Up A World Of Possibilities In Energy Performance
Carbon Credentials’ Proposition Has Been Well Received Across Real Estate, Leisure, Education And Financial Services Sectors
Focus On Data-Led Stakeholder Engagement And Communications Makes Carbon Credentials Stand Out


Figure 1. Firms Must Overcome Technical And Organizational Challenges To Get Value From Big Energy Data
Figure 2. Centralized Energy Data Aids Multiple Strategic And Tactical Business Objectives


Bath Spa University, Birbeck College, Carbon Credentials, Crown Estate, Everyone Active, Go Vauxhall, Hermes Real Estate Investment Management, Jockey Club, John Lewis, Jupiter Asset Management, Royal Bank of Scotland, Royal Marsden Hospital, Saga, Southern Rail, University of Exeter, University of Nottingham, VUR Village Hotels