The options for filtering your data just got a lot more granular.
We’ve updated filters so you can add multiple conditions, conditions within conditions, and combinations of filters. Build advanced filters that you can use all across Sweep - in your tree, measurements, reduction initiatives, communication dashboards… you name it.
We’re revamping our👇Reduce section so you can get really granular with your reduction strategy.
Click on an initiative in your reduction roadmap to drill down into the details. Look at the reduction achieved across the branches of your organizational tree, or see the contribution of each action to the initiative.
To help you comply with the CDP requirements, you can now document any gaps in your carbon footprint.
Assign a status to an emission category to say whether it’s been measured, and whether it’s relevant to your organization. You can also add notes to explain which measurements are missing, how the relevance has been evaluated, and any other useful info.
You can now track and report the uncertainty of your measurements, so you can comply with standards like the ISO 14064.
The % of uncertainty of your measurements is automatically calculated based on the emission factor uncertainty and activity data uncertainty.
You’ll see the aggregated uncertainty percentage for your total emissions, as well as by scope and by category.
You can now shortlist emission factors, helping you find relevant factors much faster.
Your account users can easily see the emission factors that are relevant to your organization, so they don’t have to spend a lot of time browsing our catalog and don’t accidentally choose the wrong factor.
We’re proud to announce Sweep for Finance, a new section in Sweep that’s tailored to the needs of financial institutions.
You can model your financed emissions by uploading data on your investments, and directly exchange data with the companies to improve measurements and reduce emissions together - all in compliance with PCAF and other financial emission accounting standards.
You can now export your custom charts, graphs, and other widgets, so you have complete freedom over your communications.
Exporting custom dashboards as a CSV file lets you see the data behind your charts - so you can create graphs outside of Sweep and build exactly what you need for your external communications.
To give you more options on how to display your data, you can now group data in your custom dashboards by tree level.
This helps you visualize data in a way that makes sense for your organization. Depending on how your tree’s set up, this could mean looking at your emissions across different business units or offices.
Previously, you could only group data by branch, meaning top-level branches and sub-branches were in the same graph. This was too limited and messy for those with large trees.
We’re making it easier to communicate consistently across different business units or subsidiaries.
You can now duplicate custom dashboards, letting you create a template for your different teams, units, or other groups to display their carbon data.