We will not meet our targets for emissions reduction without near complete decarbonisation of the housing stock.
Energy use in homes accounts for one-fifth of UK emissions
If there is no way of getting to net zero without tackling housing emissions intensity, how much progress are we collectively making?
Climate Benchmark house emissions indices measure the carbon emissions intensity of the 15% least polluting housing stock. Currently this level of performance is broadly thought to represent the threshold for alignment of housing assets with the Paris Climate Agreement.
Looking to benchmark the progress of your housing assets? Climate Benchmark introduces energy and emissions intensity indices for every level of geographical granularity, starting with England and Wales. See our House Emissions Indices Page for details.
Spend less time reconciling data and more time acting on insights
Climate Benchmark indices and data science tools are helping prepare businesses for mandatory climate-related disclosure standards, and achieve emissions reduction goals.
Metrics generated for every portfolio.
Calculated daily for granularity.
Years of historical data for trend analysis.
Portfolios currently under analysis.
Manage the performance of housing portfolios with clarity
Until now a thorough understanding of housing emissions meant navigating incomplete and inconsistent data. Climate Benchmark solves this problem using scientific methods, data science and machine learning techniques.
Easily access performance metrics for all your housing assets, presented in a reportable format ready for completing climate-related disclosures.
Emissions Footprint and Intensity
Looking to manage the performance of your housing assets? Learn more about how Climate Benchmark can help your business.
See our Portfolio Analytics Page for more details.