Dell HQ Campus Goes GreenSource: Ecova
A common trend in modern business is an increasing desire to go green. While many companies have begun to implement plans to decrease energy usage, not many have taken it as far as Dell.
Managing resources can be a difficult task for any Fortune 500 company. And, launching a company-wide initiative to go green definitely adds to the complexity. Despite the challenges, Dell recognized the environmental and operational benefits of becoming an eco-friendly company and made a commitment to neutralize the carbon impact of its worldwide operations, a significant extension of its global climate policy and environmental stewardship.
To attempt a project of this size, it is essential to have all of the energy usage data available and easy to report on. "That is why we were happy to have been working with Advantage IQ. They had the proper tools and expertise to help us achieve our goals," said Jeff Krech, Global Facilities Sustainability Program Manager of Dell.