IBM Launches Green Consulting Service

Posted by Prem Godara | 3/15/2009 12:40:00 AM | , , , , | 0 comments »

IBM has started a consulting service to help government agencies analyze their environmental impact, boost energy efficiency and reduce global warming activities.

As Global warming is the most important issue to look out, IBM has decided to help the government. Hence, IBM has introduced the first consulting service designed to analyze energy and water use, assess waste management, evaluate overall environmental impact and develop improvement strategies. The IBM Public Sector Energy and Environment Diagnostic can help governments better understand their overall performance on environmental issues, identify improvements that can increase energy efficiency, reduce environmental impact including greenhouse gas emissions, and help ensure public institutions meet their own rising environmental standards.

This must be really very helpful for the government to take some preventive measures. This diagnostic is to help US federal agencies comply with current requirements for broad improvements in efficiency and economy for all environmental, energy and transportation management operations. However, it can be adapted to any future requirements for US government agencies or for use with any other federal, state or municipal government in any country.

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