november 07, 2012
Passed into law by the European Parliament last month in an effort to step up member states’ efforts to use energy more efficiently at all stages of the energy chain, the EU Energy Efficiency Directive will require all companies with more than 250 employees or EUR 50 million in annual turnover to perform energy usage audits. Energy audits will become mandatory as early as 2013 in countries with stricter laws, such as Germany and the United Kingdom. As companies across Europe begin performing these government-mandated energy audits, they will be burdened with the additional resources required for compliance and will require compelling solutions to efficiently meet this new business challenge.
Running on the Fujitsu Global Cloud Platform, Fujitsu Eco Track will support multiple languages, ISO norms and EU laws, ensuring companies are poised to easily demonstrate compliance and leverage tax breaks that may be available. In the first release, scheduled for early 2013, the software will be available in English and German languages, with more European languages to follow.
Four editions of Fujitsu Eco Track are available to meet the varying needs of businesses, ranging from an entry-level version to an unlimited, fully-featured Enterprise edition with unlimited reporting capabilities for companies with complex reporting requirements. Fujitsu offers an “anytime” upgrade policy with cost-free data migration so companies can step up to a higher edition as required. The Fujitsu Eco Track service offers customers a risk-free commitment, thanks to the ability to easily export or import company data at any time.
Dr. Bernd Kosch, Head of Environmental Technology at Fujitsu Technology Solutions
“With Fujitsu Eco Track, we offer European customers a solution that is reasonably priced and well-designed to operate as the center of a company’s environmental policy eco-system. Fujitsu Eco Track will integrate with complimentary software, such as stakeholder management and real-time data-acquisition, and environmental consulting partners to help companies not only comply with the Energy Directive, but also operate in cost-conscious and environmentally responsible ways.”
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