We would like to invite you to a webinar on the Moata Carbon Portal software tool for measuring the carbon footprint of infrastructure projects in BIM, which will take place on Wednesday 9 June at 13:30 CET.
The webinar will be in English and free of charge.
The Moata Carbon Portal is a bespoke Mott MacDonald software that performs a rapid calculation of the carbon footprint of assets designed in BIM. It enables users to reduce emissions by identifying key locations to improve the carbon profile of design solutions in the early stages of projects. In this interactive webinar, Mott MacDonald experts Dr Kim Yates, EUNA Sustainability and Climate Change Lead, and Natacha Johnson, Product Manager, will demonstrate the features and tools that make up a PAS2080 (Carbon Management on Infrastructure) compliant solution.
The software is used on projects for Transport for London and Highways England, for example. The Moata Carbon Portal identifies key opportunities for carbon reduction on infrastructure projects; for example, it has been successfully applied to the A303 Sparkford to Ilchester road project, where it has led to a 46% reduction in the project’s carbon emissions, see Volume+6.4+-+Environmental+Statement+Non-Technical+Summary+Updated.pdf (highwaysengland.co.uk)
Attend the webinar to find out how the Moata Carbon Portal can help your organisation or your clients realise their ambitions to reduce their carbon footprint and achieve carbon neutrality.