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OpenBlue Enterprise Manager Product Bulletin

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The Goals & Targets feature helps you to set long term goals for emissions and energy reductions. Use the easy-to-use set up wizard to do the following:
  • Define your reduction goals. Create goals for carbon emission, emission intensity, energy consumption, and energy intensity.

  • Set goals and targets at portfolio level and drill down to the building level.

  • Receive automated recommendations for location and building level goals depending on the baseline year values and target year values.

  • Customize goals for particular locations, buildings, and commodities.

After you set a corporate goal and assign location targets, you can set building targets. You can then track your progress on the Goals & Targets dashboard. The dashboard includes the following benefits:

  • Create and track multiple goals in the intuitive user interface.

  • Link goals together to view the vision for an entire organization in one place.

  • Assess any deviation from the net zero goal and view the action required to maintain your goal.

After you set building targets, you have the option to add sub-targets to a goal. You can assign percentage reduction values to individual commodities to help you achieve your goal.

The Goals & Targets dashboard also has the option to view goal progress over a longer period using the at a glance view.

Use the At a Glance pane to do the following:

  • View goals in terms of carbon emission or energy consumption.

  • View extrapolated carbon emission based on the historical year's emission.

  • Change the portfolio emission to view a breakdown by location, and to view detailed contributions from each location.

  • Receive guidelines for the reduction needed each year to achieve set goals.

  • Compare baseline year and planned reduction each year against the actual and extrapolated emissions.