• Météo Carbone®

    Accelerate your carbon transition with scientific data


    The first urban monitoring service for piloting, measuring and reducing CO2 emissions

  • You want to...

    Get real-time CO2 data for your territory

    Use and value a very large amount of data

    Inform and educate your citizens about climate issues

    Identify high-emitting hours, sectors and areas

  • How does it work?

    Make the most of your data

    One of the keys to estimating CO2 emissions is to analyze data from your territory (transportation, habitat, industries, etc.). Thanks to our algorithms, we have the ability to process a very large amount of unexploited data and thus calculate CO2 emissions much more accurately.

    In this way, you have access to new data, generated intelligently.

    Find out where those emissions are concentrated


    We continuously measure the CO2 concentration through our in-situ atmospheric station network. We then use meteorologic information, such as temperature or wind direction, and the method of inversion to go back in time and determine the source of these emissions. This allows us to greatly reduce the assimilated uncertainty.

    This allows you to reliably identify the sources of CO2 emissions in areas that you may not have initially suspected.

    Keep track of CO2 emissions in your territory


    We provide you with a constantly updated map of CO2 emissions, by industry, by location and by hour. This real-time inventory provides a very accurate diagnosis of emissions and their origins.

    With this high-resolution dynamic map, you can track emissions at any time, hourly and 1-km2 and certify that they are decreasing.

    Compare your results to your targets


    We publish a carbon index every month to reveal the evolution of your territory’s emissions.

    Then you just compare the index to your carbon reduction targets, which allows you to explain the impact of your public policies, how far you have come and how much time you have saved in the race against global warming.
    And your citizens, too, are able to see the effect of their behavior on the scale of their neighborhoods thanks to this public index.

  • Météo Carbone adopted in Paris

  • In short, Météo Carbone is...

    Dynamic maps

    Continuous measurement

    Monitoring of emissions in space and time

    A very high precision level

    (compared to traditional inventory methods)
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