Are you on track with your climate plan or do you still need to execute a few additional measures to reach your aims? Find out in this article.

Based on your uploaded baseline and monitoring emission inventory and the measures (including CO2 savings) that you have chosen, the tool will calculate how your emissions will evolve in future. That is, presuming that you will successfully execute all the measures, of course! 

Plan

The red line is based purely on your theoretical plan (=sum of all the measures). It shows the forecast theoretical emissions for the coming years, as from your first measure to the end date of your last measure. That is, presuming that you will successfully execute all the measures, of course.

Reality

The grey part makes the connection with reality. It shows the forecast actual emissions for the years to come, from the most recently validated year until the end date of your latest measure. Here we also presume that the measure will be finalised successfully. 

In other words: the grey bars are based on the red line, but their departure point is the most recently validated year.

Conclusion

The difference between the red line and the grey bars represents the difference between the plan and reality. This can be positive (if the red line lies on top) or negative. 

Tip: adjust the parameters of your graph (end of year ...) by using the cog. More info about this here

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