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CO₂ balancing made easy

With Planted, you can calculate your company's CO₂ balance across teams in just a few weeks. Efficient, intuitive and automated.

From GHG to ESG - In line with global standards:

CO₂ reporting becomes mandatory

Act early and benefit from competitive advantages today

From 2024, the CSRD will require sustainability reporting. Smaller companies are already affected as service providers or suppliers to larger companies and will be asked about their CO₂ reporting.

With Planted, you can calculate the CO₂ balance in compliance with NFRD, CSRD, CSDD and TCFD.

Calculate CO₂ balance sheet

The fastest and easiest way
to a TÜV-certified CO₂ balance sheet

Calculate your corporate carbon footprint and lay the foundation for your
decarbonization strategy.

You already know your CO₂ balance? Import the existing
data and start with the CO₂ reduction. Get started now >

Simple data collection

Cross-team data entry through cloud-based collaboration.

Individual data query according to ESG criteria and company profile

70% time saving compared to Excel

Cross-location accounting for groups and holdings

Automated calculation

The CO₂ balance is calculated on the basis of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol.

Based on current emissions database

Extrapolation in the absence of primary data

Aggregated data calculation

The Corporate Carbon Footprint
with Planted

Clear presentation according to scopes and GHG

Identification of the CO₂ hotspots

Reference values for easy understanding

Comparison with other sites

Corporate Carbon Footprint

GRI reporting figures

ISO e.g. 14001, 50001, 9001

CSRD Key Figures

Our CO₂ experts support you in personalized onboarding.

TÜV certified & according to CSRD requirements

"By working with Planted, we were able to quickly and easily create a CO₂ balance sheet for our company."

Christian Kirsch, Managing Director Passion4IT

Over 350 customers already trust us

The advantages of the CO₂ balance with Planted

Recording of all emissions

All emissions are recorded, balanced and documented in accordance with the GHG Protocol (Scope 1-3). Easy to use for ESG reporting.

From SMEs to Enterprise

Emissions are recorded specifically for each company and missing data is filled in with smart projections.

Simple operation

Using the self-explanatory interface, data can be entered and progress tracked quickly and easily.

Holistic care

The annual calculation of the balance sheet forms the basis for the continuous monitoring of success in becoming a climate-active company.

Cost-efficient and time-saving

70% time savings compared to creation via Excel, as well as cost savings through targeted action.

According to reporting standards

The balance sheet is based on the GHG Protocol and includes all data compliant with NFRD, CSRD, CSDD and TCFD.

The right solution for every requirement

Choose the optimal package for your business


The perfect plan for companies that want to easily record their CO₂ balance and get an initial overview.

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Ideal for companies that need a more in-depth
analysis of their emissions and CO₂- in addition to the CO₂ balance sheet.

CO₂ calculator

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For companies that, in addition to recording and analyzing their CO₂ balance, want to set up a reduction path or import an existing balance.

CO₂ calculator

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Import existing CCF


Next Step

CO₂ reduction made to measure to achieve targets

Receive individualized suggestions for efficient company emissions savings.

Employees reduce emissions via actions

Targeted tracking of the reduction path

Costs and impact at a glance at all times

What is a CO₂ balance sheet and why is it important?

The calculation of the CO₂ balance is the basis and the entry point for a company's holistic sustainability strategy. With the help of the carbon footprint, a company can understand its own contribution to climate change, identify potential for reducing emissions, set sustainability targets, and create transparency for customers, investors, and other stakeholders. It is also the basis for ESG reporting requirements and other reporting standards such as CSRD, CSDD, NFRD and TCFD.

What data does my company need for the CO₂ balance sheet?

To record the CO₂ balance, your company needs data on energy consumption (heating, air conditioning, etc.), fuel consumption, material consumption, transport routes, waste generation and other relevant factors that lead to emissions.

How does the calculation of the corporate carbon footprint work?

To calculate CO₂ emissions, our platform collects consumption data (energy, fuel, etc.) and uses standardized emission factors. It then multiplies these, totals the emissions, generates reports and visualizes the CO₂ footprint according to Scope 1-3.

Scope 1 emissions are direct greenhouse gas emissions from the company's activity, while Scope 2 emissions are indirect greenhouse gas emissions caused by the electrical energy generated or purchased. Scope 3 includes other indirect emissions caused by a company's entire value chain.

In addition, hotspots and trends in scope emissions are highlighted. Adaptations to company requirements and industry standards are possible.

Which reporting standards require a CO₂ balance sheet?

A CO₂ balance in accordance with the Greenhouse Gas Protocol is necessary to prepare sustainability reports based on the GRI guidelines, to track Science-Based Targets, to comply with ISO 14064 standards or ESG sustainability reporting, to respond to investor requests for ESG data and to obtain sustainability certificates (e.g. Carbon Trust). The balance sheet also plays into CSRD.

What are the benefits for companies of calculating CO₂?

By calculating the CO₂ footprint, it becomes clear in which areas how much emissions are emitted and where the CO₂ hotspots are located. As a result, sustainability targets can be set and concretely realized. The advantages of sustainability commitment and thus the use of the CO₂ footprint calculator are manifold: On the one hand, companies fulfill the upcoming CO₂ reporting obligation. On the other hand, the companies themselves benefit from cost savings, an improved image, marketing and sales-related advantages as well as in employer branding and among their own employees.