Global Homeworker Factors
Homeworking has gone mainstream. Properly account for the emissions of your remote global workforce using this authoritative set of factors.
With workforces going remote in 2019, a transparent global dataset of homeworking emission factors is required to properly account for the emissions of the remote workforce. Derived from national and international sources by the team behind the award-winning Ecometrica Platform, this dataset provides factors for homeworking for all countries.
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Why Use Our Factors?
Get all the factors in one consistent spreadsheet
Built on FactorAI, Ecometrica's class leading emission factor database, our factors are accurate, go beyond CO2 to provide all gases and include error analysis
Greenhouse Gas Accounting requires transparency and auditability. Our factors are fully referenced and a detailed methodology is provided ensuring that your audit goes off without a hitch
Save time compared to researching factors on your own. Use these factors for multiple clients, it's all included in our simple pricing structure and clear licensing terms.
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If you need to calculate the GHG emissions associated with employees working from home, this spreadsheet of homeworker factors gives you a homeworker emission rate per day for over 219 different countries. The factors take into consideration the need for heating / cooling per country; the electricity factor per country and the percentage of GHG emissions which can be attributed to homeworking.