Accounting Software for Renewable Energy Companies

See how Gravity helps energy CFOs and accounting teams get better business intelligence, manage global transactions, simplify approvals and more.

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Re-energize outdated accounting processes

Improve business intelligence

Get the insights you need to make smarter decisions across your organization with Gravity's built-in business intelligence through Microsoft Power BI. 

Automate multi-currency accounting

Do business in any country while automatically calculating foreign currency gains and losses and exchange rates. Each company can set its home currency while you maintain one reporting currency.

Simplify approvals across the company

With so many key stakeholders who need to sign off on certain purchases and investments, it can be challenging to keep track of it all. Make your life easier with personalized workflows for approvals. 

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Why Gravity for energy companies?

From forecasting capital expenses to navigating cybersecurity and multi-currency accounting as they grow, renewable energy companies face many challenges today.

This is especially true for multi-entity companies.

Gravity is a cloud-based accounting software designed especially for multi-entity companies, including those in the energy sector. Built natively on the Microsoft Power Platform, it integrates easily with many other applications, including Microsoft Office 365, for seamless collaboration.

 

An award winning, trusted solution

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“We are going to have several parties, including several large investors and banks, thoroughly analysing our financials, so it is very important that the books are 100% accurate and easy to follow."

Sofia Lambros
Head of Accounting


More ways to move your energy business forward

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Multi-Entity Accounting

Gravity’s multi-entity accounting software can help your company achieve more efficient, cost-effective operations.

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Automate Approvals

Simplify management approvals with Microsoft Power Automate, a workflow engine you can use to personalize the software for the way you work.

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Payables Automation

Introduce efficient payables automation across the whole organization, from sending automated invoices to tracking taxes.

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Why is sustainability in the software industry important?

If you're a company focused on alternative energy solutions, you want to practice what you preach. That includes considering how servers and software infrastructure impacts your carbon footprint and investing in green software solutions whenever possible.  Researchers from Ontario's McMaster University found the communications industry, including servers and data centers, will account for 14% of the world's carbon footprint by 2040.  Cloud accounting solutions don't require on-premise servers, so they are more environmentally friendly.

What is green computing?

Green computing is an effort to reduce the overall impact of new software and communications systems on the environment. The widespread adoption of cloud computing and efficiency improvements have helped to mitigate the carbon footprint. Research by the Royal Society found that although global internet traffic has increased 30% a year on average, the energy demand of data centers has hardly increased. Green computing is a commitment to monitoring carbon emissions data and finding new ways to reduce or offset it.

What are examples of green computing?

Leading technology companies have committed to a "net zero" impact when it comes to their carbon emissions. Royal Society reported Microsoft plans to be carbon negative by 2030, removing all the carbon it has emitted by 2050. Apple plans to use 100% renewable energy at its data centers and facilities, while Google is aiming to be carbon-free by 2030. 

Gravity is built on the Microsoft Power Platform and supports the tech giant's journey to "net zero" software.