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GHG Emission Reporting Software makes measuring your climate impact easy

Precisely measure your greenhouse gas emissions with GHG reporting software, powered by Ecometrica, that uses transparent emissions calculations auditors love.   

With access to expert Sustainability Analysts, you’ll wonder how you ever managed before. 

 “As a rapidly growing business reporting to the CDP for the first time presented some challenges. With a lot of hard work in the CR team, help from around the business and invaluable assistance from Ecometrica we’re delighted that our first reporting submission to CDP has been recognised as a success.” 


Suzanne Westlake, Head of Corporate Responsibility & Corporate Affairs, Ocado 

Industrial buildings release significant carbon emissions each year.

Do you feel like emissions reporting is a puzzle that’s near impossible to solve?

Remove guesswork from your emissions reporting.   

The lack of clarity around legislation guidelines, standards, and the specifics of emission reporting can be a nightmare.  

Not to mention trying to navigate the labyrinth of information about the full value chain of scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions. 

This is where our GHG emissions reporting software, powered by Ecometrica, becomes an essential tool for every business.

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Let GHG emissions reporting software break down your information silos

You know the challenges... Multiple data points all located across different departments, companies, and geographical areas. 

Together we’ll solve the never-ending headache of trying to measure your direct and indirect emissions. 

You can relax in the knowledge that our GHG reporting software is verified annually by independent auditors to ensure all factors and calculations are correct. Our database has over 120,000 emission factors and spans 195 countries. 

You’re about to discover how stress-free achieving compliance can actually be. 

A tool for regulation today, that's one step ahead of tomorrow

With over 15 years' worth of experience in calculating greenhouse gas emissions, our emissions reporting solution can adapt to the changing needs of your business as you mature in sustainability practices. You can be confident in the knowledge that it is future-proofed for new reporting requirements on the horizon.  

Whether it’s for saving time or satisfying investors, it’s clear to see why our GHG emissions reporting software is the gold standard of climate metrics. 


Cogs - our GHG reporting software is designed for ease of use.
  • Save time with smart calculations and a built-in data engine that applies calculations and conversions instantly 
  • Easy-to-use system with a straightforward interface 
  • Simplify the auditing process and avoid misinterpretations 
  • Streamline communication using real-time messaging with a sustainability analyst

How it works

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Expert Analyst

Unlock reporting excellence

A Sustainability Analyst will guide you through system set-up, boundary setting, historical data loading, end-of-year reporting cycles, and protocol submission.
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Instantly increase accessibility

Information can be seamlessly presented in multiple languages for true global coverage. 

Make emissions reporting a breath of fresh air when you can access simple transparent data 

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You can control who can edit and view data across your organisation.

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Emissions from all locations are calculated using relevant local emission factors.

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Data is automatically checked against expected criteria. Any unusual data points or large variances are highlighted.

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Data comes with an audit trail for all the calculations steps, including emissions factors, assumptions used, and their source.

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Full integration with location-based and market-based reporting ensures you can track, calculate and measure your progress.

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Exports your data to fit in with requirements of CDP, TCFD / IFRS and is flexible enough to cope with future legislations including EU-CSRD and US-SEC.

 “The move to the platform has been a success - the system is intuitive and easy to use, and the support of the team has been excellent. I particularly value the way the team tries to put themselves in our shoes to understand our reporting needs.”

Oliver Dudok van Heel, Head of Client Sustainability and Environment, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Frequently asked questions

What is a greenhouse gas emission?

Greenhouse gases (GHG or GhG) are gases within the earth’s atmosphere that trap and radiate heat. These gases contribute directly to global warming and climate change. 

Specific greenhouse gases are those covered by the Kyoto Protocol, these include: 

  • carbon dioxide (CO2) 
  • methane (CH4) 
  • nitrous oxide (N2O) 
  • hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) 
  • perfluorocarbons (PFCs) 
  • sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) 
  • nitrogen trifluoride (NF3) 

The potential of each GHG to cause global warming is assessed in relation to a given weight of CO2, so all greenhouse gas emissions are measured as carbon dioxide equivalents (CO2e). 

What are scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions?

Greenhouse gas emissions are broken down into scope 1, scope 2 and scope 3 emissions.  

These three scopes identify whether an emission is a direct result of an organisation’s practices or whether it is indirectly associated with their work.   

Scope 1 - Direct emissions resulting from business owned facilities, machinery, or vehicles.   

Scope 2 - Indirect emissions that are associated with day-to-day practices, including generation of heat, electricity, steam and/or cooling.   

Scope 3 - Indirect emissions that result from all other activities and sources not covered in scope 2. This includes business travel, commuting, waste, and third-party deliveries.

What are emission factors?

Emission factors are conversion factors applied to activity data to enable the conversion from raw data to estimated GHG emissions.

It's important to take care when calculating GHG emissions from a particular source. Sourcing geographically relevant and up-to-date factors is crucial. 

What does TCFD mean?

TCFD stands for Task Force for Climate-Related Financial Disclosures.  

The TCFD has created a framework to enable organisations to accurately and transparently share climate-related risks and opportunities through their existing reporting processes. Since October 2023 this has now been incorporated into the ISSB S1 and S2 frameworks. 

What are IFRS S1 and S2?

On June 26th, 2023, the IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) Foundation issued their inaugural Sustainability Standards in two parts: IFRS S1 General Requirements for Disclosure of Sustainability-related Financial Information and S2 Climate-related Disclosures.

Both standards will require reporting companies to disclose information about any sustainability-related and climate-related risks and opportunities. 

How do you measure greenhouse gas emissions?

Each kilowatt of energy used is converted into greenhouse gases using emission factors.  

Emission factors consider where and when a kilowatt of energy is used, including how much energy is needed to power that event.  

Our emissions factor database is one of the most advanced in the world, with over 120,000 emission factors that are updated on an hourly basis. 


There’s a reason why 300+ businesses trust software with over 15 years of experience

When you make the switch to GHG emissions reporting software, you’ll discover just how easy you can make measuring and reporting. Speak with one of our in-house sustainability experts today and discover how accuracy and ease-of-use can go hand in hand to save you time.

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