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Pulse - Carbon Reporting Software

Map your emissions, deliver accurate reports and claim your role as a market leader in carbon reduction

Users save on average 40% CO2e, delivering the real outcomes and transparency your supply chain demands.

Carbon reporting software

Get closer to net zero

Only 10% of companies report their greenhouse gases (GHG) properly. This is down to inaccurate carbon accounting and to ultimately lower your carbon footprint, you first need to accurately measure it.

Our carbon accounting and reporting module, gives you complete visibility over your Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions. It empowers your organisation to turn intent into action and significantly reduce the carbon you emit. 

It is seamlessly integrated with our energy management modules that also sit within Pulse.  There you can monitor your energy usage, access up-to-date market trends and maximise the performance of your generation assets. 

Organisations who trust us with their carbon reporting


Organisations who trust us with their carbon reporting
PNZ dashboard

Complete carbon reporting


Fully compliant

Develop robust carbon reporting data in line with the GHG protocol and Race to Zero. Use one data set to deliver compliance for ESOS, SECR, CCA and more.


A full Scope 3 mapping tool

A complete way to log and quantify both upstream and downstream Scope 3 emissions in your supply chain.


Recognition of reduction

Gold, Silver and Bronze awards recognise when your organisation has delivered excellence on the way to net zero.

Why Pulse Carbon Reporting?

Save time

Alleviate your administrative burden by automating your input processes, enabling you to stop wasting time on endless data entry.

Eliminate mistakes

A vast library of constantly updated emissions factors delivers precise real-time data, preventing inaccurate insights.

Track progress

Follow your performance against baselines driven by science-based targets, with regular reporting to share with your stakeholders.

A modular solution

Fully integrated with our energy management tool Pulse so you can manage your energy and carbon reporting on one platform.

PNZ Import


With multiple upload options, there will be a process that suits you to import your data. Pulse can rapidly upload multi-metric data, making it adaptable to your needs.

PNZ Calculate


Once your data is within the system it's transformed into an accurate record of your emissions. The Pulse data engine utilises an exhaustive data library of emissions factors that are frequently updated, ensuring your carbon footprint is accurate across your Scope 1,2 and 3 emissions. You'll gain complete carbon clarity through full visibility of your footprint.

PNZ Report


Robust reporting allows you to fulfil compliance obligations while keeping your stakeholders updated on your progress. You can customise categories and intensity metrics to align them directly to your business goals, empowering you to deliver long-term budgets and forecasts.

PNZ Analysis


Pulse's analytics suite delivers actionable insights that power your business' roadmap to net zero. You can flag emission hotspots, identify efficiency opportunities and track the financial benefits of reducing carbon, signposting the action you need to take to lower your emissions.

Scope 3 workshops

Unsure where to start with your scope 3 emissions?

Minimising the environmental impact you directly cause is complex enough. Gaining the required transparency for the emissions across your full value chain is even more daunting. This makes Scope 3 emissions the most difficult focus of your net zero journey and the hardest to map with carbon reporting software. As they account for 70% of the average corporate value chain’s total emissions, they are also the most important.

Our workshops coach your team to understand your Scope 3 emissions and deliver the strategies for you to tackle them head-on. They'll develop the skills to understand, identify and reduce them and monitor through effective carbon accounting while offering your customers the same reassurance to do the same.

Our carbon reduction case studies

Case study: Colchester Institute:

Colchester Institute is one of the south east’s leading colleges. It delivers education, professional development and technical skills to more than 8,000 young people and adults across two sites in Essex.

Case study: Abri:

Abri was already capturing their Scope 1 and 2 emissions, and some Scope 3 emissions as part of their Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR) requirements but have recently been receiving innovative support delivered by Trident.

Case study: Specwall:

Specwall manufactures precision-engineered walling systems, an efficient upgrade on the traditional blockwork, SFS and plasterboard system utilised by the construction industry.


Accelerate your net zero journey - book your demo today

Ready to take your carbon reporting to the next level? Please choose a suitable date and time slot and we'll demonstrate how Pulse can transform your business' sustainable goals.


What is carbon reporting? 

Carbon reporting is the process of measuring as accurately as possible the full extent of an organisation’s greenhouse gas emissions. To do it effectively you will need to map out all three types of emissions, Scope 1, 2 and 3. 


What is carbon reporting software? 

Carbon reporting software is a digital platform that maps out the data detailing all of its greenhouse gas emissions. As a platform, it typically involves analysis of Scope 1,2 and 3 emissions across an organisation's full value chain. 

How do you report on emissions? 

Emissions are categorised by the level of control your organisation has over how they are created. Scope 1 relates directly to sources an organisation owns, such as burning fuel in a petrol or diesel car. Scope 2 are emissions caused indirectly when energy is purchased but emitted elsewhere, such as electricity or gas. Finally, Scope 3 are emissions resulting from activity elsewhere, such as those undertaken to deliver goods or services purchased. 

What is the difference between Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions?

Emissions are categorised by how much control your organisation has over how they appear. Scope 1 relates directly to sources an organisation owns, such as burning fuel in a petrol or diesel car. Scope 2 are emissions caused indirectly when energy is purchased but emitted elsewhere, such as electricity or gas. Finally, Scope 3 are emissions resulting from activity elsewhere, such as those undertaken to deliver goods or services purchased.

What is carbon accounting?

Carbon accounting is when you measure and quantify the greenhouse gas emissions released into the atmosphere through human activities, commonly pinpointed to one organisation.

What is carbon management?

Carbon management is one step further than both carbon reporting and accounting. Rather than simply documenting the amount of carbon you emit, it focuses on strategically planning and implementing measures that reduce and control your carbon emissions.