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Frequently asked questions

Yes, customer-specific emission factors can be added any time upon request. Depending on the type of data and source, these can either be made available only for the requesting customer, or for all users in the system.

The CEMAsys platform has access to over 300,000 global emission factors from various scientific sources; including the EPA and DEFRA.

Most emission factors are updated annually, based on new available data. However, an assessment of the need for an update as well as availability of new data is made each year, which results in not all emission factors being updated annually. This is especially the case in some Scope 3 categories.

Access to one or more of our system modules grants an unlimited number of users and options assign roles with varying access levels.

Our system enables you to replicate your company structure, ensuring consistent data capture and management across all business units.

Yes! CEMAsys aligns with the principles of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol.

Yes, CEMAsys reports are all created in alignment with the CSRD, and the requirements set by the ESRS. CEMAsys’ newly released CSRD Module has the capability to assist clients throughout any step of the compliance process for this legislation. This tool will make your comprehensive reporting streamlined and efficient through system guidance and an easy-to-use interface that offers tailored results and visuals for your company. If you would like to learn more about this offering, please contact us to set up a system demo.

There is no limit or fees associated with the number of suppliers added to the Supply Chain Control system. The system offers a Supplier Admin Tool that makes managing any number of suppliers simple.

Using the Carbon Footprint module ensures alignment with the SEC’s environmental disclosure requirements. Additionally, our consultants can help identify material climate risks, set targets, and develop strategies to reduce risks and achieve goals.