Glossary

Return on Carbon Investment (RoCI)

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Return on Carbon Investment (RoCI) is a potent financial indicator that unequivocally shows the significant financial benefits of funding carbon reduction initiatives. Despite this, attempts to reduce carbon emissions are frequently disregarded or underestimated because people are unaware of the possible financial advantages. By assessing the net benefits of lowering carbon emissions and dividing them by the costs of putting carbon reduction measures into action, RoCI helps to address this. This paints a clear picture of the financial return on investment in efforts to reduce carbon emissions, which is frequently much higher than the costs. Companies can make informed decisions that not only lessen their environmental effect but also generate financial rewards and long-term commercial success by using RoCI to evaluate the viability of investing in carbon reduction.

Erstellt 07.01.2023
Zuletzt ge├Ąndert 17.01.2023


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