GHG Reporting

Last updated: 26th January 2023

You can’t manage what you don’t measure – that’s why greenhouse gas (GHG) reporting is the first step of your sustainability journey. We produce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reports to support a variety of Net Zero solutions.

We produce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reports to support a variety of Net Zero solutions. They can be a mandatory requirement based on your company status or a voluntary decision to produce the footprint of your business, a product or service. Energise has experience in producing GHG Reports across many industries and company sizes.

What you need to know

GHG Reporting is the first step of your sustainability journey. There are several standards to follow when reporting your emissions with the most widely used being the GHG Protocol. The protocol splits emissions into 3 scopes, covering all direct and indirect sources:

  • Scope 1 – direct emission from combustion of fuels by facilities and vehicles
  • Scope 2 – indirect emissions from purchased electricity, steam, heat, and cooling
  • Scope 3 – indirect emissions from your value chain split into upstream and downstream emissions and into 15 categories.

How ENERGISE can help

We will provide you with comprehensive assessment, identifying current major emission sources and an outline of areas we believe you should focus on for reductions.

Together, we’ll agree which are applicable to you and begin the data collection process and use the assessment to develop a Carbon Baseline (if it’s your first time trying to understand your position). 

If you’d like to explore what it looks like for your organisation’s commitment to Net Zero, contact us directly at [email protected].

Head over to our website to find out more about the applications of GHG Reporting.



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