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Why cities choose ClimateOS

We asked our customers how ClimateOS makes a difference for their climate action. These are their answers.

"ClimateOS gives us a clear picture of where our emissions come from and the shifts we can make to reduce them. The unique benefit of the technology is that it intelligently links data from numerous activities so we can create a holistic, citywide plan of action."


Dominik Stroh, Climate Policy Project Manager

"We realized that beyond emissions data, what we needed was an evidence base linking real world shifts with emissions reductions. ClimateOS gave us that granularity and more."


Hammersmith & Fulham Council
Jim Cunningham, Climate Policy

"The new economic model will help us tremendously to make the business case for climate action, and to develop our Climate Investment Plan to attract green finance for the most impactful sectors and projects in our city."


Agnes Schönfelder, Spokesperson Local Green Deal and Climate Policy Advisor

“Using ClimateOS has shown us the changes that need to be made within key sectors, such as transport, energy generation, and decarbonisation of our built environment which make up the biggest emissions percentages in the city. This insight will help us focus on actions that will enable us to decarbonise faster.”


Nottingham City Council
Chris Common, Carbon Neutral Policy Manager

"For the first time, everyone gets a clear picture of where we are going, and what exactly is left to tackle. We get to show the impact of our proposed solutions on carbon abatement, which is a great basis for discussion with the industry to see how their planned measures complement the city’s.”


City of Helsingborg
Elin Sundqvist, Climate Strategist

"We need to create a Climate Investment Plan as one of the EU 100 Mission Cities. This is supposed to be a ‘systematic strategy to map out the actions, impact, cost and capital needed to reach climate neutrality by 2030.’ That’s a huge task and ClimateOS makes it possible."


City of Helsingborg
Niklas Bäckström, Financial Controller

"While climate action plans are necessary, they can often be inflexible. We see the main potential for ClimateOS as to be allowing us to evaluate the impact, find what’s working or is not working and adapt our plans accordingly. With the platform, actions can be integrated on a continuous basis, allowing us to keep track of our progress in the coming years and make changes based on new data, new ideas and evaluation of current actions.”


Dirk von Bracht, Climate Protection Manager

"Since we’ve fully integrated our plan with the software, stakeholders are able to interact with it, try out different scenarios and learn how actions, targets and strategies all fit together. It is opening up the way for meaningful participation in the future development of the plan and in ensuring it is a dynamic, working strategy."


Naomi Clarke, Senior Sustainability and Climate Change Officer

You might be wondering...

What does it mean to work with a SaaS platform for your climate planning?

Working with an online platform for your city climate planning is a dynamic process. From the very beginning you are the lead and have full transparency of data, key calculations and how they come together to develop the strategy and execution of your plan. This knowledge sits within your team so you no longer need to rely on experts to update your plans. The outcome is a living Climate Action Plan & Climate Investment Plan.  

How much time and resources do we need to use ClimateOS?

Can ClimateOS be used as a collaboration tool?

Does the ClimateOS model allow me to track actions/projects?

Is it possible to visualize adaptation & resilience measures?

Can we run ClimateOS on our city’s servers?

Do I have a dataset to start planning my transition in ClimateOS?

Where does the data in ClimateOS come from?

What kind of emissions data can I upload into the ClimateOS platform?

How do we get our data into the platform?

How is our data protected on ClimateOS?

Does the ClimateOS platform have an inventory export?

How have cities used their public dashboards?

Is it easy to customize what is seen in the public dashboard?

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