We’re excited to announce that, from July, Cities Power Partnership councils will have bespoke free access to the Azility emissions reporting and energy platform. Formerly known as Planet Footprint, Azility is the most comprehensive platform available for local governments wanting to track clean energy and water projects, with over 120 councils across Australia already using the platform.  This new tool for CPP councils replaces the GRITS reporting tool previously available and we’re confident that councils will find it more user friendly.  

Cities Power Partnership councils  will be able to use Azility’s Projects Module to measure, verify and report on projects to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. Councils will also be able to track and report their progress towards meeting their Cities Power Partnership pledges.

Azility’s easy to use portal will empower Councils to track and report on:

  • Project costs
  • Projected and actual savings
  • Resource and emissions saved and offset
  • Greenpower or offsets purchased
  • Projects Checklist, giving you a succinct summary of all the projects and initiatives your council has implemented to improve your energy performance.

Testimonials from councils currently using Azility

Blacktown Council
“The Azility portal tools are very easy to use and our site managers use them to quickly check on the results of energy saving projects. Azility truly have the real-world experience to know what works and what doesn’t. If you want to reduce your energy costs and embrace a more sustainable future, Azility has the right people to help.”

Jon Bannister
Manager Plant & Energy
Blacktown City Council

Randwick Council
“Azility’s methodology and service provides us with the analysis and information necessary, in clearly presented graphs, tables and summaries, to pinpoint excessive energy and water consumption, target areas for greater performance and cost efficiencies. They assist site managers and staff to understand the cost and environmental benefits of putting in place measures aimed at reducing consumption and improving management of Council’s facilities.”

Peter Maganov
Manager Sustainability & Strategic Waste
Randwick City Council

Azility will be providing comprehensive training on using the tool after the July launch. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch with [email protected] or [email protected]

 

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