Need for Carbon Intelligence

With the growing concern of possible adverse global climate conditions, various public and private organizations are quickly developing and implementing emissions and carbon reduction strategies. A new, low-carbon economy is emerging, resulting in regulatory requirements, which in turn are pressing the need for new technology and business processes that can enable organizations to measure, account for and reduce carbon emissions, water and fuel usage.

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Carbon related challenges companies face today

Carbeion understands this urgency and the carbon-related challenges companies face today, including:
Cost and Risk Mitigation – Rising cost of fuel.
Compliance – Emerging US EPA mandates and a patchwork of state-specific carbon reduction and reporting regulations with differing MT/Co@/Year thresholds (CA: AB-32, MA: Global Warming Act, etc.); state regulations are at the local, facility level rather than the organizational level.
Brand and Business Opportunities – Consumer preference for green services.
Lack of connection between environmental, sustainability, fleet and facilities management.
Technology solutions that simply measure but do not manage the carbon footprint and manage it at every level of the organization, including supply chain activities.
Manual acquisition of carbon data is costly and time-consuming, i.e., simple climate energy spreadsheets for annual carbon reporting.
Expensive consulting services.
Limited offline Environmental Management Systems (EMSs) for specific facilities.

Cost and Risk Mitigation – Rising cost of fuel.

Compliance – Emerging US EPA mandates and a patchwork of state-specific carbon reduction and reporting regulations with differing MT/Co@/Year thresholds (CA: AB-32, MA: Global Warming Act, etc.); state regulations are at the local, facility level rather than the organizational level.

Brand and Business Opportunities

Consumer preference for green services.

Lack of connection between environmental, sustainability, fleet and facilities management.

Technology solutions that simply measure but do not manage the carbon footprint and manage it at every level of the organization, including supply chain activities.

Manual acquisition of carbon data is costly and time-consuming, i.e., simple climate energy spreadsheets for annual carbon reporting.

Expensive consulting services.

Limited offline Environmental Management Systems (EMSs) for specific facilities.

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