Carbon Emissions Reporting and energy reduction are important to the economic future of America, and LPB Energy Management offers businesses and government agencies the solutions for reporting carbon emissions
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) October 8, 2008
Utility Manager™, LPB Energy Management's award-winning energy management software, now offers comprehensive Carbon Emissions Reporting. Utility Manager™ provides a set of reports that support efforts to understand and manage an organization's greenhouse gas emissions. The reporting functionality allows clients to quantify the CO2 emissions that result from its' consumption of energy, identify opportunities for reduction, and measure reduction over time.
"With the current economic climate, shareholders need to look closer at their carbon footprint," said LPB Energy Management president Matthew Berke. "Transparency is the key word when it comes to shareholders and Carbon Emissions Reporting."
Utility Manager™ provides seven reports and graphs that display information about CO2 emission totals as well as reduction in CO2 emissions. Using Utility Manager™, clients can monitor: CO2 Emissions History Reports, CO2 Emissions History Graphs, CO2 Reductions Reports, CO2 Reductions Graphs, CO2 Emissions Site Comparison Reports, CO2 Reduction Equivalents Graphs and Emission Factors.
In order to determine carbon emissions, Utility Manager™ employs a set of factors developed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and published in the eGRID database. LPB Energy Management uses these factors, combined with usage data in a client's Utility Manager™ database to generate a comprehensive Carbon Emissions Report for the client.
During the past few years, energy users have become increasingly aware of the link between fuel consumption and the creation of CO2, a greenhouse gas that causes global warming. As a result, many businesses and government agencies are actively participating in energy audit programs that are aimed at reducing both energy use and emissions.
"Carbon Emissions Reporting and energy reduction are important to the economic future of America, and LPB Energy Management offers businesses and government agencies the solutions for reporting carbon emissions," added Berke.
About LPB Energy Management:
LPB Energy Management, a full-service energy management consulting firm headquartered in Dallas, Texas, knows that that a single bill, when analyzed, contains all of the data necessary for any effective energy management program. LPB Energy Management's in-house expertise and award-winning software, Utility Manager™, offer clients the ability save on electricity, water and natural gas rates, and measure and reduce energy consumption. With offices across the U.S., LPB Energy Management has helped over 1000 clients nationwide reduce their energy usage and implement effective energy management programs. LPB Energy Management is proud to have been recognized with Continuing Excellence and ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year awards, as well as a GSA schedule for Energy Management Program Support. For more information about LPB Energy Management, please visit http://www.lpbenergy.com.