Pressure from the European Union and the German government to reduce carbon emissions has spurred each of the 1,116 municipalities in the state of Schleswig-Holstein to implement a plan for shifting away from fossil fuels. While progress is being made toward the goals, there was no common way to consistently measure the current level of carbon emissions or forecast the timing to meet targets based on additional measures in real time. Instead, state and city planners had to work with 3-year-old data from every municipality. Understanding that meeting its own carbon reduction goals required coordination with state and local plans, HanseWerk AG, one of the largest distribution system operators (DSO) in the state, invested in the development of software called Klima-Navi. This tool tracks greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and helps municipalities see how they are transitioning to renewable energy.
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