World-leading software for Energy and Carbon Reporting

CarbonView is a Simble Solutions product and Carbon Trade Exchange (CTX) is a reseller for the UK and Europe

Stay Organised

Consolidate all of your energy data – from multiple companies, sites and staff logins – in one place.


Save Time

CarbonView instantly converts input data into CO2 emissions, without the need for specialist assistance. Save hours on your reporting burden.

Save Money

CO2 emissions cost money! Identify the quickest ways to cut emissions and turn the job of carbon reporting into a task

Set Targets

Analyse your reports and set realistic targets to reduce emissions

Frequently Asked Questions


What is Energy and Carbon Reporting?

Governments around the world are under pressure to reduce CO2 emissions. They are asking companies to report their energy use, energy efficiency and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Often companies are asked to compare their “emissions intensity” with other companies in their sector, i.e.  how many tonnes of CO2 your company produces per m2 of floor space, or £ of revenue generated.

In the UK this is called Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting but similar schemes exist around the world.

By requiring large business to report and publicize their energy and carbon data governments can track progress and decide on effective actions. Many companies are reporting on energy and carbon to engage with their customers and show their commitment to doing business responsibly.

What are Energy and Carbon Reporting requirements in the United Kingdom?

Since 2013, quoted companies have been required to report their annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in their directors’ report.

The new Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) legislation will apply from April 2019.  Large unlisted companies will now also be expected to measure and report on both energy use and carbon emissions. SECR places a reporting requirement on nearly 12’000 UK businesses!

Your business will be required to report if you meet two or more of the following criteria during a financial year:

  1. at least 250 employees
  2. an annual turnover greater than £36m
  3. an annual balance sheet total greater than £18m
What are Energy and Carbon Reporting requirements in the EU?

The Mandatory Nonfinancial Reporting in the EU directive applies to large public-interest entities with more than 500 employees and is effective for financial years beginning on or after January 1, 2017

A company is expected to disclose relevant information on the actual and potential impacts of its operations on the environment, and on how current and foreseeable environmental matters may affect the company’s development, performance or position, including:

  • material disclosures on pollution prevention and control;
  • environmental impact from energy use;
  • direct and indirect atmospheric emissions

Companies falling under the Directive are advised to report KPIs such as greenhouse gas emissions in metric tonnes of CO2 equivalent and greenhouse gas intensity.

CarbonView is perfectly placed to compile and report this data

Why do we need Software?

The requirement to report CO2 emissions is here to stay – most companies have the government, their supply chain and their investors all requesting more and more data on their energy use and CO2 emissions. Once set up CarbonView will make the process of meeting their requests a simple task.

CarbonView provides a powerful, yet simple solution for corporate carbon reporting that can be used by anyone – from Head of Facilities to CFO. Spend less time on reporting tasks and have more time implementing your response!  

How does CarbonView work?

CarbonView is an online Software as a Service (SaaS) tool that helps a business to produce reports on their energy use and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. CarbonView makes complex reporting tasks extremely simple and it gives a company control over this important data.

CTX provides all the essential support to ensure the system is set-up to work efficiently and accurately. In an initial consultation we’ll go through the following:

  1. Emission Profile – First we’ll map out all activities that your business does to create CO2 emissions
  2. Organisational Profile – Next we ask which business entities, subsidiaries and buildings that you need to report against. If you have vehicles, machinery or other assets that you need to report against then we’ll include them too.
  3. Data Profile – Finally we find out what data you have and how you collect it. We work together to suggest which CarbonView data upload tools will be best for you and create a unique data upload template for your company and staff. The bulk of your data will be uploaded using the template but you can also add data manually or by using the automatic bill upload feature.

Once these 3 steps have been completed you’ll be ready to go. CarbonView can instantly convert 1000s of lines of data into carbon emissions and allow you to report your emissions at every level of detail you can require – from a company overview to a detailed profile of your fleet cars.

If you’ve been asked to report emissions intensity do not fear! CarbonView users can report their CO2 emissions according to numbers of staff, revenue, profit, ground floor area and other important business metrics.

How much does CarbonView cost?

CarbonView is Software as a Service (SaaS) and it is priced on an annual Licence basis.

The RRP for UK companies is £3995 + VAT per annum. If you require a quote for a group of companies or would like to enquire about a multi-year deal then please give us a call on the number below.

Professional Users can purchase multiple licence codes to service their clients. Pricing available on request.

For more information please contact the CTX sales team to get a quote:

P: +44 203 598 5890


Can I resell CarbonView?

Yes! Please contact for more information.

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