Webinar - Screen projects for carbon risks with our new Scorecard
Introducing our self-serve risk assessment tool
Assessing a project’s carbon efficacy takes time and effort, requiring in-depth knowledge of key risk factors. This is why we’ve brought together our teams of expert analysts and users to develop a market first risk assessment tool.
Introducing our new Scorecard, a self-serve tool designed to help project stakeholders generate their own risk assessment for projects at any stage in their life cycle. Based on an in-depth methodology, it leverages BeZero’s distilled learnings from over 360 rated projects.
The Scorecard helps to build a risk profile of a project’s potential carbon efficacy, enabling users to perform due diligence for live and early stage projects, run multiple scenarios to compare different risk outcomes, as well as screen and shortlist a range of projects.
On Wednesday 1st November, BeZero’s Director of Carbon Ratings Dr Kirti Ramesh and Chief Product Officer Pascal Hartwig explained the methodology behind the Scorecard, why this new solution is particularly beneficial for assessing pre-issuance credits, and how it works in practice.
Dr Kirti Ramesh
Kirti is Director of Carbon Ratings at BeZero Carbon
Kirti leads our team of ratings analysts. Prior to BeZero, Kirti obtained a PhD in Natural Sciences from Kiel University and a Postdoctoral fellowship in coastal climate change from University of Gothenburg. She also holds an MRes in Marine Biology and Sciences from University of Plymouth. Kirti has been published in more than 15 papers, including leading publications such as Nature Communications and Journal of the Royal Society Interface.
Pascal is Chief Product Officer at BeZero Carbon
Pascal oversees BeZero’s product management organisation which develops offerings across the BeZero Carbon platform and API. Before joining BeZero, Pascal held a variety of commercial and product roles at S&P Market Intelligence, most recently leading the global team of ESG Credit Specialists. Before that he worked in the trading organisation of Royal Dutch Shell. He holds a degree in Industrial Management at Wirtschaftsakademie Kiel.