Environmental Data Hub

Enabling emissions reporting and insights with greater confidence

An analytics capability to generate insights on climate and environmental performance

KPMG’s Environmental Data Hub (EDH) is a Microsoft Azure cloud-based analytics capability that centralizes and aggregates data from disparate source systems to provide a unified view of your environmental performance data. The capability enables companies to automate regulatory reporting and deliver advanced insights with greater confidence due to integrated controls and validations. Sustainability officers can immediately utilize KPMG’s EDH capability to track and report progress on their decarbonization journey.

Scope 1 Emissions Overview Dashboard Example

Scope 1 Emissions by Source Category

Top 10 Assets by Scope 1 Emissions

Scope 1 Emissions Map

Scope 1 Emissions Trend


Scope 1 Emissions by Region

EDH helps companies tackle these key challenges within environmental data and reporting:  



Siloed data across disparate source systems and spreadsheets with error-prone and slow manual data consolidation and aggregation for reporting



Lack of capability to mine data and conduct real-time, granular analysis across operations for strategic environmental decision making and decarbonization goal tracking



Lack of controls and validations to enforce data accuracy, quality, and consistency


Key Features


Strengthen confidence and reduce time in reporting via automation and controls

  • Automated data ingestion and processing to reduce manual errors and improve reporting time to near real-time
  • Embedded validations and controls to identify anomalies and data quality issues
  • Workflow management capabilities with automated alerts to responsible parties
  • Custom applications to replace spreadsheet based data collection

Monitor environmental performance with live dashboards

  • Canonical data model that supports centralized reporting and visualizations
  • Scope 1,2, & 3 reporting and visualizations with consideration of SASB and TCFD requirements
  • Asset-level drill-downs and filters across different domains for granular analysis
  • Progress tracking to decarbonization goals

Scope 1 Emissions by Source Category

Generate advanced insights and model scenarios for better decision making

  • Emissions predictive modeling for leaks and other source categories
  • Emissions scenario analysis by events and equipment type
  • Equipment efficiency analysis
  • Anomaly detection and data quality
  • Data augmentation for sparse data

2021 Emissions (CO2e) Category


Understand your environmental footprint and take control:


Scope 1, 2, & 3 emissions


Freshwater use and risk levels


SASB, GRI, TCFD and OGPM 2.0 compliant


Solid and water waste


Methane Intensity


Energy companies today face increased pressure from investors to provide complete, accurate and reliable data on environmental performance and to demonstrate progress. Expectations that the SEC will require climate disclosures in quarterly financial statements only heightens their focus on regulatory compliance and risk mitigation.

KPMG and Microsoft Alliance:

KPMG’s EDH capability utilizes the latest Azure, cloud-based, services to provide a seamless and trusted user experience.

Contact us

Brian O'Neal

Brian O'Neal

Principal Advisory, Supply Chain & Operations, KPMG US

+1 713-319-3865
Arun Ghosh

Arun Ghosh

U.S. Leader – Climate Data and Technology, KPMG US

Pravin Chandran

Pravin Chandran

Director Advisory, Blockchain, KPMG US

+1 212-758-9700