Small and medium businesses often do not have capacity transparent governance policies in place. Floodlight provides an outside-in view of the operational footprint of the facilities, only required facility addresses.
Sensors and data provide an unbiased view of operations. Relying on estimations and inventory approaches are slow and are not methodologically consistent. We provide data only and no greenwashing.
A firm acquiring or merging with another company can use the Floodlight SAGE Report to assess the target company’s environmental impact and potential liabilities related to greenhouse gas emissions and other environmental factors.
Through evaluating the target company’s Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions data, as well as any factors that could impact these emissions, the acquiring company can gain insights into:
- The target company’s current environmental footprint, which may affect its reputation, future regulatory compliance, and potential cost of emission reduction efforts.
- Opportunities for operational improvements, such as identifying assets that can be modernized to reduce emissions or consolidate facilities to minimize overall emissions.
- Potential exposure to future environmental regulations and the investments required to comply with them, based on the analysis of specific acquired physical assets areas.
By integrating this information into the M&A process, the acquiring company can make a more informed decision on whether to proceed with the transaction and better negotiate the deal terms, pricing, and post-acquisition integration strategies.