e-dash Co., Ltd. Business alliance between e-dash, a CO2 emissions visualization service, and The Bank of the Ryukyus

e-dash Co., Ltd.
Business alliance between “e-dash” CO2 emissions visualization service and Bank of the Ryukyus
Supporting the visualization and reduction of CO2 emissions of Bank of the Ryukyus business partners

e-dash Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director: Touma Yamazaki; Pronunciation: e-dash; hereinafter “our company”), which provides the cloud service “e-dash” for visualizing CO2 emissions, is the Bank of the Ryukyus. (Headquarters: Naha City, Okinawa Prefecture, President: Yasushi Kawakami) and announced that they will support the decarbonization efforts of Bank of the Ryukyus’ business partners.
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Details of this partnership
With the move toward carbon neutrality by 2050 in full swing, the disclosure and reduction of CO2 emissions has become an important management theme for all companies. On the other hand, there are still many companies who are worried about where to start, and who are concerned about the practical burden and cost of doing so.
Through this partnership, we will provide “e-dash” to the business partners of Bank of the Ryukyus and support the visualization of CO2 emissions as the first step in decarbonization efforts. In addition, we will aim to realize a decarbonized society together by running alongside our customers in the medium to long term, including support for the implementation of measures to reduce emissions in the future. What is “e-dash”
“e-dash” is a service platform developed by Mitsui & Co., Ltd. that comprehensively supports efforts to reduce CO2 emissions (*1). As for the visualization of CO2 emissions, which is the first step toward decarbonization, simply uploading energy bills such as electricity and gas automatically and easily calculates CO2 emissions (Scope 1 and 2) through business. We provide a mechanism that can accumulate accurate data while reducing the time and effort of calculation. Supply chain emissions (Scope 3) can also be easily calculated and visualized using software.
Regarding the calculation of CO2 emissions in “e-dash”, we have conducted a third-party verification by a major auditing firm and provide an accurate calculation method based on the calculation guidelines formulated by the Japanese government (*2) ).
In addition to the visualization of CO2 emissions, we also support the implementation of various measures to reduce CO2 emissions by utilizing Mitsui’s network.
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*1: Mitsui & Co. establishes e-dash Co., Ltd. to provide cloud services for visualizing and reducing CO2 emissions (March 1, 2022) https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000001.000095916.html
*2: Japan’s first third-party verification of CO2 emissions
visualization service by a major audit firm (June 30, 2022)
Bank of the Ryukyus Company Profile
Established: May 1, 1948
URL: https://www.ryugin.co.jp/
Location: Naha Port Building, 2-1 Higashimachi, Naha City, Okinawa Prefecture 900-0034
Business: Ordinary bank business, foreign exchange business, investment trust business, agency business, etc.
e-dash Co., Ltd. Company Profile
Established: February 7, 2022 (100% subsidiary of Mitsui)
URL: https://e-dash.io/
Location: 1-2-1 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0004
Business description: Development and operation of “e-dash”, a service platform for visualizing and reducing CO2 emissions
[Inquiries from customers]
e-dash Co., Ltd. Sales representative
e-mail: hello@e-dash.io

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