Green Leaves

What is Green Leaves?

Green Leaves is the official TSE Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission calculator application for complex, hierarchy organized companies, capable of producing validated reports at service/product level and at every company level.

Green Leaves is a TSE product: a Cloud/Kubernetes based application with infinite and near linear scalability. It is currently meant to support the Telecoms and Utility markets (Water, Gas, Electricity) but its use can be extended to other industries.

It is built to support complex, multi company supply chains with a protocol for interchanging, service aggregated, GHG emission information, in terms of values and information to audit such figures.

Green Leaves has 4 modules: A monitoring/Inventory Module, a Rating module, a Business Intelligence (BI) Module, and an optional Blockchain recording Module.

Computing the Carbon Footprint

Monitoring the company GHG emission is both a Requirement and a Business Opportunity

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Regulatory requirements

Major companies are being  required  to provide GHG reports in multiple jurisdictions e.g. USA, EU, UK, etc.

Private equity investment

Private equity are nowadays asking GHG emission reports as part of their due diligence e.g. Berkshire Hathaway.

Business opportunity

The ability to provide the detailed GHG impact for a service is soon to become a key for securing a customer contract. While Level 3 emission could be a product to be provided for a fee.

Green Leaves, at its core, can report on  multiple GHG emission, the detail of the monitoring will depend on the detail level of reporting  provided by the utility companies on the GHG emission mix when producing electricity powering the client systems

Green Leaves reporting, captures the dynamic part of the emissions, other contributors would need to be modelled, for example  emission in the air of gasses from air conditioning systems in various buildings.

Green Leaces applicable sectors include:

  • Energy and utilities
  • Healthcare
  • Industry
  • Municipalities
  • Commercial and Retail
  • Agriculture
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How Green Leaves work?

The GHG profile of any system needs to be computed,it cannot be modeled


The GHG emission for any given quantity of KWH of electricity, changes in relation to how the electricity was produced.

In every zone of every country, the way in which electricity is produced changes during the course of the day

In order to compute the exact GHG emission profile of a system one needs to multiply, for every unit of time, the amount of KWH used by a (number of) coefficient (s) which differ in accordance how the electricity was produced, which means in accordance to:

  • The Location
  • The day
  • The hour of the day
  • Network situation

Green Leaves focuses on Scope 2, covers Scope 1 and supplies Scope 3 in the Telco / utilities sectors

Green Leaves requires multiple technologies and competences


All devices and power and data lines need to be defined 

Products need to be associated to devices

Regulatory Modelling

Reporting need to be compliant to regulation.

Customer reporting may need to be compliant to different regulations than the Main User


Interfacing with Smart appliances to get electricity consumption


Production of  GHG production produced with the required granularity

Data collected can and to improve the company overall CHG footprint


Meter readings need to be stored for due diligence purpose and to  support information exported to  customers


Consumption data need to be translated into GHG emissions using a “charging like” process

Deployment Roadmap

Green Leaves current impact

Our team has conducted over 200 (GHG) inventories and developed training and support programs that can accelerate the process by developing in-house GHG tools, procedures and expertise.


We have supported a spectrum of clients on their climate-related initiatives including Associations, Food Manufacturers, Oil and Gas producers, retailers of various types, industrial infrastructure companies (i.e. HVAC), cities and counties, and food brands seeking to calculate their footprint who do not own physical assets other than their office space. 

Let’s get in touch and discusses how we can help you improve on your GHG emission, and reduce the carbon footprint.