Market Size And Forecast: Carbon Management Software 2022-2028 (Global)

Published 28 September 2023 by Emma Cutler & Ryan Skinner &

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Executive Summary

This report helps carbon management software vendors and investors understand the current and future state of the market. The Verdantix market size and forecasting model incorporates regulatory and macroeconomic drivers, vendor revenue data and global survey responses to forecast the global carbon management software market until 2028. The model also segments the market by region, industry and use case. Verdantix analysis shows that the global market was worth $407 million in 2022 and will grow at a CAGR of 20% from 2022 to 2028.

Table of contents

The carbon management software market will grow as voluntary and mandatory reporting increases
Market size data reflect revenues of carbon management software providers and buyer priorities
The carbon management software market was worth $407 million in 2022
Voluntary reporting and net zero targets will increase demand for carbon management solutions
Regulations drive market growth
The carbon management software market will be worth $1.2 billion in 2028
Global forces pose risks to growth

Table of figures

Figure 1. Verdantix market size and forecast approach
Figure 2. Industrial classification and carbon management ambition
Figure 3. North American buyers accounted for over 40% of revenue in 2022
Figure 4. Industries that are hard to decarbonize hold the largest market share
Figure 5. GHG emission reduction accounts for almost one-third of the market
Figure 6. More than half of surveyed firms use commercial software to support GHG reduction
Figure 7. The carbon management software market will grow fastest in APAC
Figure 8. Growth will be faster in industries that can decarbonize more easily
Figure 9. Disclosures and emission reductions will be the fastest growing use cases

About the authors

Emma Cutler

Senior Analyst
Emma is a Senior Analyst in the Verdantix Net Zero & Climate Risk practice. Her current research agenda focuses on physical and transition climate risk, climate resilience and adaptation. She has a background in simulation and statistical modelling applied to climate adaptation, coastal management and international development. She holds a PhD in Systems Engineering from Dartmouth College and a BA in Mathematics and Environmental Studies from Bowdoin College.

Ryan Skinner

Research Director, Net Zero & Climate Risk
Ryan is the Research Director for the Verdantix Net Zero & Climate Risk practice. He guides the research team to develop compelling research at the intersection of net zero strategies, carbon management, climate risk and technology. Prior to joining Verdantix, Ryan was a principal analyst at Forrester Research, where he initiated the research into ESG data and analytics offerings. He also has extensive experience of helping software companies with their messaging, positioning, market and technology strategies. Ryan studied at Duke University, the University of Manchester and the University of Oslo, and speaks Norwegian fluently.

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