Metrus announced today that it has become a ‘carbon reduction’ partner with the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP). CDP is a not-for-profit organization running the global disclosure system and managing the environmental impact for investors, companies, cities, states and regions that include more than 8,400 of the world’s largest companies representing over 50% of global market value. “We are delighted to have Metrus Energy as a silver CDP ‘carbon reduction’ partner,” said Paul Robins, head of partnerships, CDP. “The ‘efficiency as a service’ model provided by Metrus for energy, water and operational systems offers an innovative approach to achieving the triple bottom line success that CDP sees as the core of sustainable business operations.” “Metrus is honored to join this great organization,” said Bob Hinkle, CEO, Metrus. “To effectively combat climate change, it’s important that the business community coalesce around the issue of carbon reduction. CDP is at the forefront of this effort.” Other alliances and partnerships that Metrus belongs to include Second Nature, the Better Buildings Challenge and We are Still In.
Metrus Announces Partnership with Carbon Disclosure Project
April 15th, 2020