GE Vernova’s digital business has announced release of CERius, a carbon emissions management software designed to help energy companies progress toward their net-zero goals using data precision and abatement planning capabilities.
CERius is designed to enable organisations to more accurately measure, manage, and operationalise certain insights needed to help companies track their carbon neutral emissions goals. The software is engineered to automate more accurate GHG data collection and suggest recommendations to operationalise carbon reduction efforts by offering scenario analysis, team collaboration, and standardized reporting based on GHG protocols.
Scott Reese, CEO of GE Vernova’s digital business says: ‘As an OEM (original equipment manufacturer), we’ve had the opportunity to directly validate that CERius provides 33% greater accuracy for scope 1 emissions on today’s gas turbines. That direct validation gives us great confidence that we can help utilities in reporting and reducing their emissions.’
CERius can help energy companies better manage their emissions data, compliance reporting, and strategic planning. Additional analytics using Artificial Intelligence (AI) provide insights directly drawn from historical, current plant, and enterprise-level processes.
The software aims to help with certain key benefits, including:
• Decarbonisation planning & activation
• Multi-team collaboration
• Emissions tracking
• Help compliance reporting
CERius is currently available as a pilot for current GE Vernova customers, with general availability expected in early 2024.