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Validated energy data for ESG reporting

ESG (Environmental Social Governance) reporting is becoming increasingly more important to attract investors and meet legal requirements. With all your energy data in one place, we make calculating the environmental impact of your portfolio easy.

Automated collection, whole building data

Metry can collect and validate energy data from any data source, anywhere in the world.

Our data aggregation platform can provide whole building ESG performance data. From landlord controlled areas all the way down to the tenants. If there’s a digital footprint of the data, we can source it. In cases where automatic collection is not available, we offer solutions for manual collection.

Metry provides whole building energy data

Let Metry collect energy data for your scope 2 and scope 3 GHG emissions

Get full insight into your purchased and consumed energy in scope 2. Get site-specific energy data for reporting energy use in your upstream and downstream leased assets in scope 3.

By collecting utility data from your energy providers, cost data from your utility bills or site-specific energy data from your sub-meters, we offer full coverage for your energy related ESG reporting. If there’s a digital footprint of the data, our technology can collect it.

Collect any kind of energy data for your ESG reporting

Easy exports

With Metry, collection is automated in only a few steps. With our open API and pre-built integrations, it’s easy to export your data to a ESG reporting software of your choice, or download it to a spreadsheet.

Use the validated data for sustainability reporting or GRESB assessments, and keep track of your progress as you implement new energy saving strategies to reach your sustainability goals.

Export your energy data to any ESG reporting plattform

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