Corporate carbon footprint

    Easily create your corporate carbon footprint with ENIT.

    Do you need to comply with regulations, want to maintain your competitive advantage and take on social and economic responsibility? Discover our customized solutions for a sustainable future for your company!

    The corporate carbon footprint often serves as the basis for a company's climate strategy. Take a look at our CO2 accounting software now.

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    Why do companies need a corporate carbon footprint?

    The Corporate Carbon Footprint (CC F) is a method to quantify the total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of a company. This includes the GHG emissions from all of the company's activities, including direct emissions from fuels and indirect emissions from energy supply, transportation and the products the company uses. There are various legal regulations and international standards for the corporate carbon footprint, whereby ENIT follows the requirements of the GHG Protocol.

    The corporate carbon footprint can serve as the basis for your company's climate strategy (transformation concept). There is also the product carbon footprint (PCF), which refers to the carbon footprint of a product or service.

    4 reasons for the carbon footprint for companies



    New regulations such as the CSRD must be complied with.



    Preference for a sustainable company as an employer and supplier.


    Social responsibility

    New requirements for suppliers for an emission-free supply chain.


    Stakeholder and shareholder pressure

    Investors want to invest in a sustainable company.

    What our customers say

    Our customer SFB Schwäbische Formdrehteile GmbH & Co KG has taken the first step towards a climate-neutral future with the carbon footprinting of 2021 together with ENIT. Based on the data from the ENIT agent and the ERP system (proALPHA), the data for the balancing could be provided more efficiently and easily. The subsequent analysis and evaluation of the data showed which areas of the company are the most CO2-intensive and where there is a need for action.

    The seamless integration of data through interfaces between ERP and EMS, as well as other business software, is invaluable for companies. It enables optimal data quality, efficient data processing and increased transparency along the entire supply chain. The smooth exchange of information minimizes bottlenecks and errors while providing comprehensive insights into production processes and material flows.

    These interfaces therefore play a central role in effective corporate management and sustainable business practices. Improved data integration makes it possible to better understand CO2 emissions and initiate targeted measures to reduce them.

    Are you looking for a quick and uncomplicated introduction to the company balance sheet?

    Project procedure

    1. On-site appointment and workshop
    2. Individual briefing on the use of the ENIT accounting software
    3. Definition of the individual framework for the balance sheet (emission categories)
    4. Support with data collection
    5. Preparation of the balance sheet within the defined framework in pdf format (for external communication)



    What results can you expect?

    Here you will find excerpts from a sampleCO2 balance sheet so that you can get an idea of the results documentation.