Our Locational Marginal Emissions data helps you measure and maximize the carbon impact of each clean energy project, storage asset, or load center.

The carbon emissions avoided by a given MWh of clean energy varies widely, even across projects located within the same region in the grid. REsurety’s Locational Marginal Emissions technology provides unprecedented visibility into the projects and activities that maximize your path to decarbonization – and those that don’t. 


  • Measure your impact. Monitor how much each specific clean energy procurement, load-siting, or energy storage decision contributes to your sustainability goals.
  • Maximize your impact. Compare projects or investment opportunities to select those with the greatest decarbonization potential.
  • Understand your impact. Identify the drivers of carbon abatement, from the impact of congestion to the fuels displaced by your specific clean energy project.


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Traditional methods of scope 2 carbon accounting overlook the meaningful differences between projects and load center locations.


Learn more about Locational Marginal Emissions and what we’re doing to bring in much needed transparency and accuracy into avoided carbon emissions calculations.

Contact us today to learn more about how REsurety can help you reach your sustainability goals and invest in renewable energy projects with the greatest carbon-reducing impact.

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WHITE PAPER: Locational Marginal Emissions

Purchasing renewable energy is a means decarbonization, but renewable energy projects are not all equal when it comes to cutting carbon. Locational Marginal Emissions (LMEs) measure carbon emission avoided by renewable energy projects at the most granular spatial level: the electrical node where energy is injected into the grid.