Carbon Neutrality Strategy  

The strategy to reduce your company’s carbon footprint according to the GHGE Protocol. Reach Zero emissions through the adoption of good practices and state-of-the-art technologies, implement the right offsetting strategies and work on indirect emissions through Green Procurement actions.  

Project phases  

The project is divided into two main phases, one measuring the climate-altering gases emitted by the company (GHGE INVENTORY), the second proposing actions to be implemented in order to achieve decarbonisation objectives. (Carbon management plan).  

GHG Inventory

The measurement of climate-altering gases produced by the company according to the GHGE protocol in terms of SCOPE1, SCOPE2 and SCOPE3. At the end of this phase, the company’s Emission Inventory is issued, a report valid for GHGE certification by a third party body according to the ISO 14064-3 standard. 

Carbon Management Plan

The identification of the areas and actions necessary to achieve decarbonisation in line with the company’s objectives and the EU Climate Action directives, as well as a plan for monitoring and governance of the initiatives to be undertaken.  

Support in the implementation of identified actions

Energy Efficiency: Together with our partners Innovatec Power and HouseVerde, we offer energy efficiency services, following our customers in all stages of the process, from the implementation to the management of the installations and obtaining tax deductions.

Corporate forestry: Planting a forest is a great way to offset those emissions that cannot be eliminated through direct action. With our partner ZeroCo2, we support you in your personal reforestation project and help you communicate your efforts effectively.



On-company direct intervention  

These interventions are considered a priority as they also generate a decrease in local emissions, greater stakeholder engagement and are easier to communicate.  Examples include: energy efficiency and savings, renewable energy and electric mobility.

Direct interventions outside the company

Such as the implementation of a RES plant, an energy saving intervention, a biomethane production plant or a reforestation or urban regeneration intervention. Useful when direct measures in companies are saturated or unavailable.  

Indirect interventions 

Such as green procurement (e.g. materials from recycling, green energy, etc.) or offsetting interventions with existing national or international projects should always be considered ancillary and not a substitute for direct interventions.

Case histories  

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