Climate Due Diligence Scan (CDDS) is an on-demand, user-friendly, and standardized real estate climate scan that allows anyone to quickly run a sustainability due diligence report. It provides accurate climate risk data backed by leading index provider S&P Global and timely and reliable data derived from our machine-learning model, which estimates property-level information with more than 90% accuracy. This proprietary model is powered by our database of more than 15 billion square feet (1.4 billion square meters) of global real estate. Gleaning insights from our industry-leading real estate database, Climate Due Diligence Scan provides visibility into the greatest climate risks and opportunities facing real estate properties—whole building energy consumption and carbon emissions, physical climate risk exposure, applicable local regulations, and green building certifications. You can request this information for any commercial building in the world by providing just four data points: address, floor area, property type, and year built.
To learn how to run CDDS, see here.
- What data is available in the Climate Due Diligence Scan?
Every building scanned will instantly produce a Climate Due Diligence Scan (in PDF format) detailing:
- Energy consumption estimates
- Carbon emission estimates
- Physical climate risk scores powered by S&P Global
- Green building certifications
- Local regulations
Additionally, you’ll be able to compare the latest data to previous months and years, and see how a property performs relative to global, national, and state benchmarks.
- How many buildings can I get a scan for?
You can only run a scan for one building at a time, but you can do this for as many sites as you wish. Each scan returns an instant, ready-to-use report for a unique building, so you can slip it in with other financial due diligence documentation.
- Where does Climate Due Diligence Scan’s data come from?
Climate Due Diligence Scan uses the data from Asset Level Data and trusted climate risk data backed by leading index provider S&P Global, and takes it one step further by presenting it in a ready-to-use format where you don't have to do anything else with the data to read through it and understand it.
- Who is Climate Due Diligence for?
Any organization doing business at the property level can leverage Climate Due Diligence Scan for transaction due diligence. Whether you're an existing user of Measurabl’s ESG platform looking to add a property to your portfolio, a lender evaluating credit risk, or a property insurer wanting to understand if premiums should be impacted by buildings’ climate performance. These are just a few of the potential use cases.