The debate about whether spreadsheets are good enough to track emissions for large companies is over: Microsoft, the world-leading developer of spreadsheets, has signed up to use CarbonSystems' sustainability and environmental reporting software. Here's why other big corporations should follow.
Although an energy audit is an extremely useful tool in the sustainability toolbox, it is also usually a labor- and cost-intensive process. But these four firms are helping to make them affordable for any company.
As the need for visibility into a company's carbon emissions and energy use accelerates, the major players in the market are stepping up their acquisitions and evolution. You can count on more changes coming soon, but here's the current lay of the land in this fast-changing market.
With more than 100 offerings currently making up the kaleidoscopic energy management software market, it's high time for a relatively easy way to clear up the confusion. Here are some simple rules of thumb.
As more and more companies realize significant energy savings from submetering their buildings, it's worth look at how the technology can spur simple, no-cost changes that tie into your energy and facility management tools.