Carbon Offset Calculator for Facilities

Immediately assess the carbon output of your space and offset your emissions.

Offset Your Space

Power usage is one of the main contributors to a carbon footprint. Before you calculate, call your local utility company and request renewable energy as your power source. If that is not available, enter your data to calculate your energy consumption.

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Annual natural gas

 
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Are Offsets Tax Deductible?

Yes! Cool Effect is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, which means your purchase of carbon offsets from Cool Effect is tax-deductible.

Tips to Reduce Your Footprint

Whether you fly less, cut out red meat from meals, or switch to energy-efficient lightbulbs, your small changes can have a huge impact on the climate crisis.

Power Usage

  • Put your computers to sleep at night
  • Choose energy-efficient, ENERGY STAR certified, IT equipment
  • If you have a data center, improve airflow naturally to keep it cool

Waste

  • Use reusable coffee mugs, glasses, plates, and silverware
  • Purchase compostable or high post-consumer waste content paper napkins and towels
  • Replace bottled water with a filter

Travel

  • Turn to virtual meeting tools and “meet” from the comfort of your office
  • Opt for an electric or hybrid car
  • Stay in a green hotel, take shorter showers, and reduce linen use

Why Offset With Cool Effect?

Your Donation in Action

More than 90% of each dollar you donate goes directly to our projects. Only a small fee of 9.87% goes to credit card charges, research, and possible registration fees.

Reducing Carbon Slows Climate Change

Carbon dioxide acts like a greenhouse around the earth, trapping the sun’s energy and warming the planet’s surface. As carbon levels rise, our climate changes.