As Carbon Management becomes more important for companies around the globe, many software and software-as-service solutions are coming to the market. The current options in the market vary greatly by price, and quality of information produced.
Below is a list of the current marker leaders in this segment. Please share your comments about your experience with these products.
ecoSoftware – CA ecoSoftware helps you meet energy and sustainability goals such as effectively reporting carbon emissions, reducing energy consumption, and cutting costs.
Hara – Software-as-a-service product that gives companies and municipalities the ability to itemize and track all of the inputs (water, electricity, chemicals) and outputs (the product, greenhouse gases, wastewater) that make up the business processes.
Planet Metrics – Software-as-a-service that helps companies assess energy and carbon use in their business and identify “hot spots” or areas where the biggest emissions reductions can be made. The system connects to other business enterprise software, and taps into deep databases.
Zerofootprint – The company’s Velo software-as-a-service automates the monitoring and modeling of an organization’s carbon emissions to provide a carbon footprint and planning tool.
Carbonetworks – The company’s Velo software-as-a-service automates the monitoring and modeling of an organization’s carbon emissions to provide a carbon footprint and planning tool.
Noblis – Noblis has been offering its carbon emissions analyzer to the GSA and U.S. government agencies for some time but more recently rolled out the software to commercial organizations.
Clear Standards/SAP – Clear Standards sells a subscription service in which customers pay an annual or quarterly fee for its web-based emissions management tools and services.
Dakota Software – Dakota has been selling software to help companies management environmental incidents (accidents, health risks, etc.), and more recently has offered carbon management
eQuilibrium/EnerNOC – Software-as-a-service that enables commercial, institutional, and industrial companies “to monitor, mitigate, and monetize” their carbon footprints.
CSRWare – Software-as-a-service that enables companies to track their use of resources like power and water.
Pure Strategies – The company offers a lot of consulting and services around environmental supply chain management.