Carbonetworks(TM) Announces Federal Sustainability Jumpstart Program

Jan 19, 2010, 09:00 ET from Carbonetworks

Low-Cost Program Designed to Help Federal Agencies Develop Strategic Sustainability Plans On Time and On Budget; New Offer includes Software Pilot, Training and Technical Support

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --Carbonetworks™, a leading provider of performance management software for energy, greenhouse gas (GHG), and sustainability solutions, today announced the immediate availability of the Carbonetworks™ Federal Sustainability Jumpstart program.

The new offering is a low cost, web-based offering for the public sector that supports compliance with the Executive Order 13514 requirement for all federal agencies to set sustainability goals, inclusive of setting 2020 greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets and increasing energy efficiency, reducing waste and promoting environmentally responsible products and technologies.

Carbonetworks CEO Michael Meehan will discuss the impact of EO 13514 and provide more details on the Federal Sustainability Jumpstart program during a webinar on January 20th at 2pm EST, sponsored by Carahsoft. For more information and to register, please visit

"In these times of heightened scrutiny on government spending, it's more important than ever to choose solutions that give you the results and transparency you need while protecting your budget," said Michael Meehan, CEO and President, Carbonetworks. "Our product offerings have been implemented at 8,000 sites around the world, allowing our customers to manage, report and measure their GHG impacts, and we are prepared to do the same for all federal agencies. The Carbonetworks platform and sustainability services can be instrumental in enabling agencies to get up and running in as little as four weeks to meet crucial reporting deadlines and start achieving reductions in a transparent and cost-effective way."

Carbonetworks Federal Sustainability Jumpstart Program

Develop a clear, low cost strategy for automating GHG information that reduces risk, increases responsiveness, and builds confidence within your organization. Learn how to migrate from spreadsheets and legacy systems to an enterprise GHG system. Program highlights include:

  • Start tracking GHG quickly and easily - Carbonetworks offerings have reduced the time and costs for sustainability programs by as much as 80%.
  • Leverage existing technology and resources with Carbonetworks technologies to establish a measurable GHG inventory across your agency, including state and local facilities
  • Provide the public and other Federal organizations with transparency on targets, progress, and reductions with Carbonetworks Federal Sustainability Portal
  • Leverage community, constituents, and employees in your sustainability initiatives using Carbonetworks™ Connect

Carbonetworks has helped Fortune 500 companies, mid-sized firms, and government organizations manage their sustainability data to reduce carbon, energy, water and waste, supporting both voluntary and mandatory initiatives. Its software-as-a-service solution easily integrates with existing systems for rapid, cost-effective deployment. The platform includes all of the tools necessary to identify reduction opportunities through comprehensive scenario planning and forecasting capabilities. Carbonetworks' enterprise deployments include Becker Underwood, Dean Foods, Energy Systems Group, and Omnibuild.

To learn more, please email or call toll free (800) 571–0694.

About Carbonetworks

Carbonetworks™ helps organizations manage and reduce their impact on the environment by identifying the most cost-effective ways to reduce. The company has over a decade of experience in the industry and operates the largest carbon management network in the world. The Carbonetworks™ Performance Management Platform has been deployed to over 8,000 facilities around the globe and has enabled organizations to achieve sustainability goals by transforming energy, GHG, and sustainability initiatives into measureable business results. For more information please visit or follow us

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