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Note: Scenario names can be changed to suit your nomenclature by renaming them in the language file.
Note: When a change to the emission factor features (Fuel Types and Electricity) are done, it may take up to 10 minutes to update the Emission data that are affected by the emission factor that was changed.
|Click here to download the scenario to excel|
|Click here to navigate to the Imports/Exports feature to import Consumption data|
|Filter the scenario grid. The Showing text displays the configured filter|
|Navigate forward or backward in 10-year increments. The Baseline year will always display|
|Used to switch to Emissions mode|
|Choose the scenario that you want to edit|
|Choose an expansion level to display in the grid|
|The grid loads with all levels collapsed and summarised and can be expanded level by level by using the triangle on the left|
|Displays the baseline year data from the base case scenario. This is displayed in all|
|Historical data is displayed in grey cells and can be imported and edited if you have the Allow to Capture/Edit Consumption Actuals Data permission|
|Forecast data is displayed in white cells and can be edited if you have the Allow to Input/Import Consumption Forecast Data permission|
|Enter notes or add attachments that are available across all Emissions module features|
Note: Users can only input/import values for Consumption. Emissions are calculated from the consumption figures. To import Consumption data, see this article.
Consumption data aggregation
The Consumption view will be aggregated by unit of measure so all fuel types will not display in one view. To see other fuel types, change the filter to either a specific fuel type or a unit of measure.
Importing Consumption data
Consumption Actual and forecast data can also be imported.
Switching to Emissions
When all consumption data is entered or imported, you can switch to the Emissions view to see the Emissions calculated for the consumption data entered. The Emissions view will convert all fuel type data to a single unit of measure t CO2-e which means that all consumption data will be displayed and aggregated in the Emissions view.
|Switch back to Consumption to make changes. Emissions data is not editable|
|Choose the Scenario that you want to review|
|Choose the display factor|
|Baseline consumption data converted to t CO2-e|
|Historical data converted to t CO2-e|
|Forecasted data converted to t CO2-e|
|Displays the last time the Consumption data was converted to t CO2-e|