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​​​​What is Emissions Reporting?
​​​​What is Emissions Reporting?

Learn about Emissions Reporting in Trackunit Manager and how it can help you meet your sustainability goals.

Updated over a week ago

With the Emissions Reporting app you can track equipment fuel use and the related CO2 emissions. By monitoring fuel consumption, CO2 emissions, usage hours, and electricity consumption, you gain valuable insight into the carbon footprint of your fleet so you can meet your sustainability goals. Let’s get started!

How do I get started?

Log into Trackunit Manager and go to the Emissions Reporting app in the left side menu

Familiarize yourself with the features and functionalities of the app. You can navigate through different tabs, such as Trends, Fleet Emissions, and select Metric Dropdown, to access specific reports and customize metrics according to your needs.

Bar Graph:

  • The bar graph represents the monthly trend of emissions for all assets. When hovering over a bar, you can view the emissions from that month.

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs):

  • The top-right corner displays KPIs, including total fuel consumption, emissions, usage hours, and CO2 emissions. These KPIs reflect the cumulative values based on the Trends and Fleet Emissions tabs.

Asset Table:

  • The app provides a table listing all assets and key information.

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Filter Options:

The Fleet Emissions app includes filter options to refine the data displayed. These options include:

  • 24 Hours: Shows emissions data for the past 24 hours, offering a real-time snapshot of recent emissions.

  • 7 Days: Displays emissions data for the past 7 days, providing a short-term overview of asset emissions.

  • 30 Days: Provides emissions data for the past 30 days, giving a broader perspective on asset emissions over a longer period.

  • Lifetime: Presents emissions data accumulated since the beginning of data collection, giving a comprehensive view of overall emissions.

Additionally, the Filter functionality offers an expansive array of choices, enabling users to specify brand, model, and type parameters. The graphical representation dynamically adjusts in response to selected filters, providing a tailored and insightful representation of emissions data.

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