Carbon Management Solutions

Services to help you decarbonise your processes

Services to help you decarbonise your processes


Carbon emission and its impact on climate change are the main challenges for achieving environmental sustainability. The biggest contributor to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is the built environment, contributing up to 50% of global carbon dioxide emissions.

Carbon management includes all the efforts to mitigate GHGs from operations by reducing the carbon footprint and overall energy consumption.

We clearly understand the impact of carbon emissions on our planet and are passionate about developing ideas and technologies to circumvent the effect of carbon emissions.

We offer carbon management services to decarbonise your processes by calculating your carbon footprint and then provide solutions to reduce the carbon emission or guide you with carbon offsetting.


Working towards reducing carbon footprint enables you to identify the primary critical areas of carbon emission and implement solutions to reduce greenhouse gases. Corporates have the option to reduce or offset their carbon emission by improving their energy efficiency and processes, investing in green projects and technologies, etc.

It is possible to make your way towards net-zero, and we can help you achieve that with our carbon management solutions. Our solutions will help you quantify, analyse, and report/disclose your company's carbon footprint making you a transparent and responsible player.

Our carbon management services including Assessment, Auditing, Certification and Training, will help you understand how your business practices impact environment by analysing your product and organisational processes. With our carbon management solutions, we can assure your stakeholders on your carbon disclosure statements. We can also help you to register your projects under various carbon credit program through our independent and specialised validation and verification service.

our key credentials

Water ConservationWe have received approval from the Global Carbon Council (GCC) as a GCC verifier according to "procedure for approval of GCC Verifiers". With this approval, TÜV SÜD South Asia is entitled to provide verification services for Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission reduction projects intending to be registered with the GCC Program. Also since 2005, we have validated and verified 800+ climate change projects with an equivalent CO2 saving of 250 Billion ton under various international treaties and protocols globally. 

Affordable and Clean EnergyDecent Work and Economic GrowthIndustry, Innovation and InfrastructureSustainable Cities and CommunitiesResponsible Consumption and ProductionClimate ActionLife on LandPartnerships for the Goals

our services

  • Advisory

    We support organisations in analysing the climate impact inherent to their business activities at all value chain stages. We facilitate defining appropriate targets and developing & implementing measures to achieve these targets sustainably. 

    • Climate changes policy advisory
    • Carbon footprint advisory
    • Sustainability assessment advisory
    • Sustainability reporting advisory
    • Ash handling and management advisory
  • Auditing and Certification

    Our comprehensive audits & certification will help assure your stakeholders' adherence to your commitment to climate change initiatives. 

    • CDM validation and verification
    • ISO 14064 / ISO 14067 - Carbon footprint verification and certification
    • PAS 2060 - Carbon neutrality verification and certification
    • VERIx Certificate of Conformity for Low Carbon Products
    • Continuous emission monitoring system (CEMS) certification 
    • Renewable purchase verification
    • CORSIA – Carbon offsetting and reduction scheme for international aviation
    • Supply chain sustainability audit
  • Training

    Our experts help organisations in enhancing their competencies and skills for effective implementation of various energy conservation measures.

    • Carbon footprint mapping

    - Product level

    - Organisational level



If done effectively, carbon management offers benefits that can help companies in many ways. With our carbon management services, you can:

  1. Understand the impact and risk of carbon emissions from your activity, products and services.
  2. Analyse and improve the carbon footprint from your product/service and organisation process for improvements.
  3. Integrate a carbon management mindset in your company's management.


Government legislation, corporate social regulations, stakeholders’and social demands expect companies to switch to low carbon emissions. Businesses that do not pay attention to their carbon footprint can soon find themselves at the risk of non-compliance and brand reputation as compared to their competitors.

TÜV SÜD validates and verifies your carbon footprint claims and commitments in accordance to internally recognised standards.


We support organisations across all sectors including Energy, Manufacturing industries, Chemical industries, Construction, Transport, Mining/Mineral production, Metal production, Waste handling and disposal, Afforestation and reforestation and Agriculture in their efforts to reduce their carbon footprint. 


Infrastructure Imperatives, Circular Economy, Environment Conservation, Green Energy, Water Conservation and Energy Efficiency.

Carbon Management Portfolio

Services to help you decarbonise your processes

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  • What are the types of carbon emissions and how do I categorize them?

    Generally, there are 3 types of carbon emissions categorized as Scope 1, Scope 2 and Scope 3 applicable to all kind of industries. Basically, if an organisation or company owns the source of carbon emissions (direct) which are occurring then it falls under Scope 1 emissions (Ex: emissions associated with fuel combustion in boilers, furnaces, vehicles).

    Scope 2 emissions are indirect emissions when organization do not own the source of emission but using the products/services provided like purchase of electricity or any other energy type (steam, heat/cooling) still it is important to consider the fact that emissions are still occurring at the facility of organization/company.

    Scope 3 emissions which are not directly linked with organization/company but have significant impact upon the value chain. They also can be described in value chain terms as upstream and downstream activities. Examples of upstream Scope 3 emissions sources are; business travel by means not owned or controlled by an organization, waste disposal and purchased goods & services.

  • Are there international standards which can be adopted to calculate and certify my carbon emission?

    Yes, most widely known standard for calculation and certification of Carbon Emission is ISO 14064 (Greenhouse Gas Emissions) under which direct and indirect carbon emissions (certainly, Scope 1, Scope 2 and Scope 3 emissions are no distinguishable). Whereas ISO 14067 for product level carbon foot printing includes “Life Cycle accounting” and “Scope 3” emissions for corporate supply chain. Besides this there are international standards such as CDM, Gold Standard, Verra and GCC to verify and certify carbon emissions.

  • What is carbon offsetting?

    Carbon offsetting is to compensate own emissions, where producer can pay in terms of carbon credits in order to reduce GHG emissions somewhere else (purchaser on the other end), Hence the overall GHG emissions get reduced (Compliance and Voluntary basis both included).

  • Is there any platform where I can register my green projects and account my carbon emission saving to support other companies in carbon offsetting?
    All the platforms mentioned above allow to register green projects subject to fulfilment of applicability conditions.
  • Is there any standard to certify my net zero / carbon neutrality?

    There are few standards available for Net Zero/ carbon neutrality certification. One of the most adopted one is PAS 2060 standard which specifies a four-stage process to demonstrate carbon neutrality. This involves:

    • Assessment of GHG emissions based on accurate measurement data
    • Reduction of emissions through a target-driven carbon management plan
    • Offsetting of excess emissions, often by purchasing carbon credits
    • Documentation and verification through qualifying explanatory statements and public disclosure

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