Climate data for behaviour change
World-leading and easily integrated data services (API’s) to help your company or organisation engage your customers to reduce their personal climate footprint.
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Endpoint - Convert - Energy


Convert

Convert endpoints simply convert data into footprints, and can therefore be used both to calculate personal footprints and indirect emissions in professional contexts.

.Endpoint - Calculate


Calculate

Calculate endpoints determine a user’s personal footprint in a given category based on simple questions about personal habits and other data.

Endpoint - Compare C - Someone like you (detailed)-1


Compare

Compare endpoints help people understand their footprint, and seeing a relevant comparison can be very motivating. Comparisons are made on our main indicator, kilos of CO2e.

Endpoint - Translate B - trees-1


Translate

Translation endpoints help explain and contextualise climate footprint with everyday examples, such as driving distance equivalent.

  • Company level emission reporting

  • IT companies with a professional audience (B2B)

  • Sectors with a consumer audience

Fulfil climate reporting requirements and get an advantage in tender processes

Many companies are required to certify and report greenhouse gas emissions to be eligible for tenders and to fulfil supplier requirements. We can help you document your company's greenhouse gas emissions from data already available in your IT systems. 

Become a preferred supplier in a competitive and thoroughly regulated EU

You represent an IT company delivering applications and services to a professional audience. This could mean inventory-, accounting- and resource management systems. You wish to help your customers document their greenhouse gas emissions, in order to fulfil supplier requirements and be compliant with upcoming EU regulation. 

Sell more of your most sustainable products and services and get happy customers

You wish to help your customers and users reduce their climate footprints through your sustainable products and services. This might boost your revenue, position your brand, help build strong customer relationships and show a real climate impact - so called avoided emissions or "Scope 4" greenhouse gas reporting.

SOME OF OUR CUSTOMERS

What our customers say.

“Our ambition from this collaboration is to work towards the UN’s sustainability goals. We must help our customers to contribute every day at home and at work, and we must collaborate with other businesses and the public sector to create a real social change.”

“Our goal for this project is to give our customers increased awareness of their electricity consumption, which is good for both the climate and the wallet. Along with this increased awareness we hope to inspire more demand for green products and services, so that the green shift accelerates in the private sector.”

“We all have a part to play in achieving the climate goals. Here at Wattn we really want to contribute to a better and more climate-friendly society, not only with the big steps, but also in the daily choices our customers make. This practical solution is therefore very important in making the actual emissions visible, and through simple communication it sheds light on how easy it can be to make sustainable choices.”

I am wondering...

What is Insights?

Our vision is to give people access to the data they need to make sustainable choices, facilitating rapid mass behavioral change.

We provide world leading and easily integrated data services (APIs) to help companies and organizations engage their users to reduce personal climate footprints. 

 

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What can our APIs do?

An API (click to see our glossary) is just a technology for sharing data between computers. We expose our API endpoints on the internet so that your applications can access our climate data. Different endpoints perform different calculations. Think of them like connections between computers, where each endpoints accepts a specific format (like a number of kilometers driven by car) and outputs a specific number (like kilos of CO2e for a car journey). 
 

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How do I get started?

Contact us to get started! We'll take a quick look at your needs and follow you up with a customized offer. API access is priced based on your organization's size and turnover.

When you're ready to get started, your developers get API access and a dedicated contact person / user support.

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Which countries is it available for?

Datasets are currently available for Norway, Japan and the UK. This means that our calculations are based on country-specific emissions and local statistical data. For Norway we also have fine-grained footprint baseline numbers and some additional output options.

We can quite add coarse-grained data sets further up in the "hierarchy". This means if we add for instance averages for Europe, this will be used for all countries in Europe except where we have more details (currently Norway and UK).

 

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How does the Convert endpoint work?

Convert endpoints are easy to use and broadly available. They simply convert data into footprints, and can therefore be used both to calculate personal footprints and indirect emissions in professional contexts.
 

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How does the Calculate endpoint work?

Calculate endpoints are used to estimate a user’s personal footprint based on their habits, in a quiz or survey-like interface on some website or app. Head over here to read more and test our demo footprint calculator.
 

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How does the Compare endpoint work?

Compare endpoints are very valuable for helping people understand their footprint, and seeing a relevant comparison can be very motivating.  Comparisons are made on our main indicator, kilos of CO2e, extracted from Ducky Footprints. You can even see average footprints for specific municipalities.
 

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How do you do the calculations?

Our focus is on footprint, not just direct emissions, so all of our multipliers are based on life cycle assessment where possible and include upstream emissions. This means that e.g. the footprint of driving a car includes not only the tailpipe emissions from using gasoline, but also a component of the emissions caused by manufacturing the car and, eventually, recycling it. Through the endpoints, the term “multiplier” is used to describe a number that we multiply with some other quantity to get footprint in kg CO2e. 
 

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