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Carbon calculator

By moving your on-premises or private cloud applications to the salesforce.com platform, you can reduce your carbon emissions. Our calculator can help you estimate how up much: simply fill in some basic information about your company, and check out your potential savings.

This tool is intended to estimate the potential emissions reductions available from using salesforce.com's cloud platform. Calculations are based on a model developed by WSP Environment & Energy for a March 2011 research study commissioned by salesforce.com – and updated in 2013. The tool may not take into account all relevant factors particular to each organization. Saleforce.com, its licensors, or suppliers make no representations as to the accuracy of this tool. The tool is provided as is, with no warranties of any kind, including but not limited to the warranties of merchantability, non-infringement, or fitness for a particular purpose.

*Appropriate carbon emissions factors were applied to the energy consumption of specific data center locations for salesforce.com’s fiscal year2012 from the U.S.EPA’s eGRID2009 Version 1.0, May 2012. For on premises and private cloud assumptions, EPA eGRID US average emission factors were used. Emission factors for equivalent electricity consumption in international locations was derived from IEA data sets: CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion (2012 Edition), IEA, Paris, International Electricity Emission Factors by Country, 1999-2002.xls, and International Energy Agency, as cited by EIA for 1605b.

 

Daily carbon savings

Collectively, our community of customers–running their businesses in the cloud rather than on premises–is making an enormous difference by reducing carbon emissions. To measure the potential impact of moving to the cloud, check out our carbon calculator ›

This tool is intended to estimate the potential emissions reductions available from using salesforce.com's cloud platform. Calculations are based on a model developed by WSP Environment & Energy for a March 2011 research study commissioned by salesforce.com – and updated in 2013. The tool may not take into account all relevant factors particular to each organization. Saleforce.com, its licensors, or suppliers make no representations as to the accuracy of this tool. The tool is provided as is, with no warranties of any kind, including but not limited to the warranties of merchantability, non-infringement, or fitness for a particular purpose

*Appropriate carbon emissions factors were applied to the energy consumption of specific data center locations for salesforce.com’s fiscal year2012 from the U.S.EPA’s eGRID2009 Version 1.0, May 2012.

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