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ENERGY STAR Products Scope 3 Calculator
Scope 3 or indirect emissions represent the largest portion of the retail industry’s carbon footprint. For some retailers, the Scope 3 category “Downstream Use of Sold Products” is their largest emissions area.

Join this webinar to learn more about the US EPA’s new ENERGY STAR Scope 3 Calculator, which empowers retailers to quantify and help reduce carbon emissions from customer use of the ENERGY STAR certified products they sell, from electronics to lighting to appliances. Attendees will learn about the Calculator from Daniel Cronin, ENERGY STAR Program Manager with EPA and Brynn Albrecht, Sustainability Project Manager with Best Buy who helped supply input during its development.

Attendees will learn:
1. How the ENERGY STAR Scope 3 Calculator works and how it was developed
2. How the Calculator can count as well as help reduce future emissions
3. What impact ENERGY STAR certified products can have on achieving corporate carbon emission goals

Jun 23, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Daniel Cronin
ENERGY STAR Program Manager @Environmental Protection Agency
At EPA, Dan Cronin works with retailers, manufacturers, and utilities to encourage consumers to purchase ENERGY STAR certified products. To that end, Mr. Cronin creates free digital tools to simplify that process. Prior to joining EPA, Mr. Cronin supported the ENERGY STAR third-party certification program at ICF. Mr. Cronin holds a BA in Political Science from Adelphi University.
Brynn Albrecht
Associate Manager @Best Buy
Brynn Albrecht is an Associate Manager on Best Buy's environmental sustainability team. She leads the company's Sustainable Products program, helping connect customers with energy and water efficient consumer electronics and appliances. She works with suppliers, utilities, customers and other stakeholders to reduce carbon emissions in Best Buy’s extended supply chain, working toward the company’s Scope 3 goal to help customers reduce their emissions 20% by the year 2030, through ENERGY STAR certified products. As part of her work to grow the availability of sustainable products, Brynn also manages Best Buy’s midstream utility incentive programs, including the ENERGY STAR Retail Products Platform. Brynn lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and daughter.