Scope 3 Carbon Accounting
But Not As You Know It
We deliver door-to-door carbon accounting and analysis of business commuting and travel, without the faff.
The TripShift app provides on-the-go emissions calculations from commutes, business travel and transport. Using our proprietary technology to understand where and how you are moving, whatever the mode, we calculate accurate mobility carbon data, and deliver it to you quickly.
Carbon data on the move.
We know all about the move.
You’re always on the move. The commute, the travelling, the general go. The move can often not be avoided, and it’s also good to move, so we’re here to make the most of it.
We grab the carbon emissions data from your move, then get it back to you quickly.
As we see the move towards legislation, we continually support you on the move to compliance and seamless reporting.
This is all part of the move to increasingly conscious travel, reduced scope 3 emissions, and better business.
Let’s leverage the move.
Carbon accounting is about as fun as untangling wires… There’s a better way.
Scope 3 emissions account for more than 70% of an average company’s total emissions but they’re notoriously hard to get hold of.
Complicated supply chains, disparate workforces, and logistical operations can make obtaining carbon data an overwhelming, resource-intensive task.
We’re putting automated door-to-door carbon data into focus. One less thing on your to-do list.
With TripShift you can say no to spreadsheets. This brings efficiency not only in data delivery, but to your business’s internal processes and resource distributions. Carbon accounting without the headache (or delay).
The TripShift app works for both employees and companies as a ‘set and forget’ solution, easily set-up with seamlessly collected carbon data delivered straight to the smartphone app and a corporate dashboard. Easy.
Intelligent carbon data that you don’t have to wait around for.
The way we see it, creating positive impact can’t wait.
Businesses shouldn’t have to wait months to report on today’s carbon emissions. So, we at TripShift offer near real-time intelligence for scope 3 movement emissions as global impending legislations are on the rise.
TripShift’s solution is:
Fully integrable with legacy systems
Corporate sustainability governance is both diversifying and demanding increased transparency. By levelling up your carbon accounting strategies with TripShift, you can stay ahead of the ways in which business is set to change.
Learn more about impending global legislation:
Read more fun legislation stuff
The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD is the new EU legislation requiring all large companies and listed SMEs to publish regular reports on their environmental and social impact activities. The framework will be rolled out in a phased approach starting in 2024.
Who Does it Affect?
Almost 50,000 companies are expected to be impacted by CSRD, making up around three quarters of business in the European Economic Area.
The new regulation updates previous corporate sustainability reporting under the 2014 Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD), but is much more ambitious and transparency focused through introducing its unique double materiality framework.
The Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) is an international initiative that was established in 2015 by the Financial Stability Board (FSB).
The TCFD’s primary goal is to help businesses and financial markets better understand and assess the financial risks and opportunities associated with climate change.
TCFD’s recommendations are voluntary, but they are gaining widespread recognition and adoption.
The Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) is a mandatory carbon and energy reporting scheme in the United Kingdom that came into effect in April 2019.
SECR was introduced to simplify and streamline reporting requirements for businesses while encouraging greater transparency and action on energy efficiency and carbon emissions.SECR applies to large UK companies and Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs).
The International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) is a newly established international organisation tasked with developing global sustainability reporting standards.
These standards will cover environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues and enable organizations to disclose their sustainability performance transparently.
The Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) is an EU policy designed to address carbon leakage and promote the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
CBAM is integrated with the EU Emissions Trading System (ETS), which sets a carbon price on emissions within the EU. This integration ensures consistency and avoids double regulation for EU-based industries.
European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRSs)are a set of 12 standards that set out detailed reporting requirements, applying to all companies within the scope of CSRD. Basic principles include using double materiality principles and requiring reporting from across the value chain on a broad range of topics.
The reporting requirements will be phased in over time for different kinds of companies. The first companies will have to apply the standards in financial year 2024, for reports published in 2025. Listed SMEs are obliged to report as from 2026.