Verdiem: Using Software to Curb Energy Abuse
- Posted: Jun 26, 2007 at 10:46AM
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Global carbon regulation is arguably the largest risk and opportunity most corporations will face in the beginning of the 21st century. It has been estimated that turnover in the global carbon marketplace could exceed a trillion dollars in the next five
to ten years. Voluntary and mandatory reporting protocols are emerging. How can an organization know its true carbon footprint and exposure? What options are available to manage corporate carbon risk?
What impact can energy efficiency programs have on reducing a corporation’s carbon footprint?
Verdiem provides power management software for PC networks; their Surveyor software provides measurable energy and cost savings through network level control over pc and monitor power settings administered via windows services that to date translates to:
over US$32 million in customer ROI
over 324,500,000 in kwh saved
energy saved by Verdiem customers is equal to taking 34,00 cars off the road and reducing Greenhouse emissions by 277,555.44 tons
Verdiem really puts into perspective how we are all effecting the world around us, and how the global marketplace is shaping up to address these issues.
Here, we chat with Bruce Twito, Verdiem CTO and VP of Product Development about how Surveyor works, the impact Surveyor has on global carbon reduction, and we get unfiltered feedback for the Microsoft technologies that Verdiem relies upon for their core business offerings.