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Expert Advisory

Making sense of emissions

  • We support clients to use their measurement and reporting to drive effective reduction, communication and engagement.
  • Our advice includes policy development, boundary setting, and best practice management.
  • Our team has over a decade of experience in carbon management and is able to ensure companies avoid common errors in measurement and use of data.
  • We do not sell offsets, but advise companies on their appropriate use and are able to source projects and recommend suitable providers.

How are the results broken down

Scope 1 - Fuel type

Direct emissions from fuel combustion in owned/leased vehicles and plant.

Fuel use provides the most accurate measurements for emissions and Scope 1 relates to all direct fuel emissions, that your company generates from its vehicles, plant and machinery.

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Scope 2 - Electricity, Heat & Steam

Emissions from purchased electricty

Electricity generation alongside purchased heat and steam comprises Scope 2 emissions. This does not include emissions from transmission and distribution which is Scope 3.

Pylons

Scope 3 - Air, Rail and Vehicles

Indirect emissions from use of third party services that create emissions.

For the majority of companies the biggest impact is Scope 3 which is the emissions that derive mostly from purchased goods and services, especially providers of transport for individuals and freight.

Large commercial plane

To use our online support tools you will need information on your energy use, any fuel data for your vehicles/plant or journeys that you have undertaken, including vehicle mileage data.