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Where is the emissions data sourced from?

Answer

The carbon metrics are built by using multiple sources of data, such as:

  • Reported emissions: Financial and sustainability reports.

  • Public information:

    • Public data from international organisations (e.g. the World Bank, EIA, WRI, ...)

    • Websites of companies, Wikipedia, and other reliable public information sources.

  • Commercial datasets that provide asset characteristics such as geolocation, capacities, output production, or volumes of operations.

  • Scientific Infra & Private Assets' Data: underlying financial data from infraMetricsĀ®

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2.2.2 Data

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