Consumers are increasingly aware of the challenge of climate change. They are ready to buy more sustainable products. Help them navigate your catalogue by providing environmental data for all your products.
Build trust with your users and customers by providing detailed environmental information. Among other sources, Welow relies on Ademe and PEF recommendations to perform Life Cycle Assessments (LCA) and provide environmental indicators.
Based on the environmental information, suggest product alternatives to your users and customers to help them reduce the carbon footprint of their consumption.
Welow develops a platform to automate the measurement of the environmental impact of consumption and integrate it into the retail experience. We conduct product lifecycle assessments (LCA) to inform consumers about the impact of the products they purchase. Additionally, we have developed an API for banks to estimate consumers' carbon footprints based on their spending.
Yes, it is a spin-off specialized in automated LCA. Welow uses Greenly data and expertise to develop eco-scores for it's clients' websites.
Welow designs retailer-targeted APIs to automotically compute the environmental impacts of their products. Thanks to our API, we can therefore estimate and display Carbon Scores for millions of different references from a retailer, like we did for Manomano or Fairytale.
Welow's long-established API is based on monetary flows. We measure environmental impacts of expenses and help banks (such as BNP Paribas and Credit Mutuel) to integrate them into their user interface.
In line with ADEME recommendations, Welow uses the Life Cycle Analysis methodology to measure carbon footprint and other impacts at each stage of the value chain, from cradle to grave.
On top of carbon emissions, Welow evaluates other environmental impacts of a product, taking into account all 16 Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) indicators.
An emission factor is a coefficient that enables conversion of activity data into emissions. It is the average emission rate of a given source, relative to the units of an activity or process. When you create an emission factor, you can select the unit from which you want to convert the data into the unit that you want to use to measure your emissions.