Reach Net Zero Targets with High-Integrity Data
Siccar enables organisations to enhance their digital solutions with a ‘single source of truth’ to record, monitor and audit emission data.
Empowering Sustainable Procurement and Operations
Organisations in the public and private sectors are expected to reach the Net Zero emissions target by the year 2050. This means making immediate and lasting changes to almost every aspect of internal operations as well as making more sustainable decisions when it comes to partnerships and procurement.
However, access to the data that is required for sustainability compliance can be difficult to come by. This is the same for your partner organisations—proving your organisation’s own credentials to your partners can be as difficult as verifying theirs is.
Thankfully, Siccar can help overcome complex logistical and administrative inter-organisational data sharing challenges. Siccar’s reliable, secure distributed data register enables cross-organisational recording and sharing of emissions data at every stage of operations.
If you need to carry out informed sustainability audits to reach the Net Zero target, get in touch with our team to discuss the solution.
The Benefits of Siccar for Sustainability Recording and Auditing
Siccar enables organisations to share data with each other via processes that can be designed collaboratively, with no need for coding or technical expertise.
Insight Across Supply Chains
Siccar grants administrators complete insight into data across extensive supply chains, enabling accurate tracking of data provenance. Benefit from detailed and reliable audit trails.
Transparency and Trust
The designing principle of Siccar is a Single Source of Truth, inspired by blockchain technologies. This enables a unanimous consensus across an entire network, preventing fraudulent manipulation of data.
Comply with Regulations
Government regulations, such as the EU’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation, require regular emissions reports from organisations. Siccar enables quick and accurate auditing of data to create compliance reports to provide to regulatory bodies.
Case Study: NMIS
With granular data permissioning, all parties can contribute their relevant asset data without disclosing commercially sensitive information.