NZDPU Update



NZDPU Discusses Use Cases and Key Features with APAC Audience

Wednesday, Feb 28, 2024, the Net-Zero Data Public Utility (NZDPU) hosted a webinar focused on engaging stakeholders and demonstrating the platform’s capabilities to a broad spectrum of climate data users in Asia.

Broadcast in English with simultaneous translations in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, Simone Kramer, Head of Product for the NZDPU, provided an introduction to the initiative, demonstrated its functionality and data model, and discussed key features and use cases for the type of foundational, climate-transition-related data that will be found on the platform. 

“This webinar was a great first step to engage more deeply with users in Asia,” said Kramer. “It’s especially timely given the anticipated increase in disclosures stemming from new regulations across the region. 

As the NZDPU continues its development, it seeks to engage with users to enhance awareness and accurately represent the voice of the user. If your organization would like to work with NZDPU to support these goals, please contact us.

View the full, translated webinars below. 

View the full presentation






About the NZDPU and Climate Data Steering Committee

The mission of the NZDPU is to provide a central source of company-level climate transition-related data that is transparent and openly accessible to all. The NZDPU was formed at the recommendation of the Climate Data Steering Committee (CDSC) established by French President Emmanuel Macron and United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Ambition and Solutions Michael R. Bloomberg in June 2022.

Chaired by Mary Schapiro, the CDSC aims to support the climate objectives of the United Nations by driving forward global momentum for the private sector to report and disclose key climate data critical to delivering a net-zero economy.

The Committee brings together regulators, policymakers, and standards setters, informed by data providers and civil society organizations, to help address climate data challenges across the global economy. In 2022, it recommended the development of a unified, global, open climate data repository: the NZDPU. Visit for more information on the CDSC.