When equipment is consuming energy, e.g. by burning fuel or using electricity, CO2 and other substances are generated. Carbon emissions refer to the CO2 (measured in pounds or tons) generated by your equipment.
You calculate the carbon emissions of your fleet if you know the energy consumption (diesel, gas, electricity, and others) of your assets and the ratio of CO2 created for every unit of energy. Systems like Clue can calculate this for you in real-time.
This depends on multiple factors, like fuel type, equipment type, and more. You can contact your dealer or your equipment manufacturer, or use a system like Clue to generate this information for you.
Tracking your emission will help your organization reduce its carbon footprint, improve compliance with emission regulations, which are increasing daily, and lower long-term costs on fuel, oil, and even maintenance.
According to the World Bank’s Carbon Pricing Dashboard, 65 carbon pricing systems are in effect. Globally, industry professionals will be dealing with emission standards in almost every corner of the world in the next decade. Using something like Clue prepares you for the inevitable necessity of tracking your carbon emissions.
Yes, Clue can integrate with all types of equipment – no matter the make, model, or year.
Without additional devices, Clue offers a low cost subscription that also gets you access to world renowned productivity tracking.
Win bids more bids, save on fuel costs, and most importantly, help save the earth.
Existing GPS trackers or installed telematics. With Clue, no additional costly devices are required.
Yes, companies want, and in some cases are required, to see a contractor’s carbon footprint, and they’re willing to pay for it.
Yes, Clue works on both desktop and mobile devices.
On average, Clue’s customers save an additional 20%+ on fuel costs by optimizing utlization.
Yes, Clue can track 100% of your fleets, tools, and crews.
Reports are available on mobile, web, as csv files, or are entirely customizable for your needs.