Company Carbon Deathmap hits two audiences: it’s provocative and could be used to apply pressure to industries, equally it helps bring visibility of risk to mainstream investors.
The FTSE 100 group of companies are valued by the market based on expectations about their future earning potential. But the huge assets of fossil fuels owned and used by the companies pose a systemic risk their earning potential. Given that future emissions of carbon dioxide are highly constrained if we are to avoid climate change, companies sitting on large stocks of carbon are likely to see the value of these commodities reduce as they become increasingly difficult to use…
…so how does the current valuation of companies change if we take this into account?
We believe over 80% of the sustainability field currently use spreadsheets. As a process, this is broken, not scalable and inaccurate. AMEE in Excel Integrates spreadsheets with web-services, to create a behaviour change that could address this issue and bring more credibility to the market.
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The financial cost and carbon cost depends on:
Live costs from cloud providers right now
Current energy mix at each location
Current temperature at each location (low temperature means less cooling needed, so less energy used per operation)
A hardware hack to a Rainbowduino 8×8 RGB matrix display allowing it to display power consumption data as big bold colourful graphics. Data received wirelessly from the Open Energy Monitor EmonTx. Ideal for old folks or visually impaired who may struggle with digital display devices.