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Energy and GHG Emissions Management Reference Guide

This reference document provides MAC member companies with detailed guidance on the criteria and elements of each indicator in the TSM energy use and GHG emissions management protocol. More specifically, this guidance document:

  • Provides further description and discussion of management practices than what is provided in the protocol to support the consideration and implementation of practical, appropriate, and successful practices.
  • Acts to bridge the gap between “what must be done” and “how to do it”.
  • Focuses on exploring different avenues to meet criteria, including discussion on the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches.

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