Carbon Footprinting, Accounting and Reporting System (CFAR)

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What is CFAR?


CFAR is Pro Enviro’s purpose-built Carbon Footprinting, Accounting and Reporting software that enables companies to quantify their Scopes 1, 2 and 3 GHG emissions.
CFAR is 100% web-based tool which can be viewed on any web browser, tablet, PC or smart phone without the need to install or maintain additional software.


What are Scopes 1, 2 and 3 GHG emissions?


Scope 1 emissions are direct emissions from company-owned and controlled resources. In other words, emissions released to the atmosphere as a direct result of a set of activities, at a company level.
Scope 2 emissions are indirect emissions from the generation of purchased energy, from a utility provider. In other words, all GHG emissions released in the atmosphere, from the consumption of purchased electricity, steam, heat and cooling.
Scope 3 emissions are all indirect emissions – not included in scope 2 – that occur in the value chain of the reporting company, including both upstream and downstream emissions. In other words, emissions that are linked to the company’s operations


Why use CFAR?


In line with the Government’s commitment to reduce the GHG emission of the UK by 68% by 2030 from the 1990 levels, many organisations are now eager to assess the carbon emission content of their operations and their value chain’s activities. These companies are now requesting that there operating sites as well as their supply chain understands both the level of carbon emissions produced by their group activities but also have targets in place to reduce greenhouse gas emissions throughout their value chain.
CFAR is easy to use, visually appealing and allows simple and efficient footprinting, accounting and reporting on carbon and GHG emissions. The detailed representations of your monthly carbon emissions provide a readily accessible data platform for carbon accounting and reporting.  
The web-based application allows companies to assess the largest source contributors to the carbon emissions for the site and put in place plans to reduce carbon emissions through the development of net-zero carbon strategies. 
CFAR is designed to readily provide the carbon and GHG information required in the latest government departments and OEM companies request for tender and for the new Companies House annual reporting requirements - Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR).