Sabien Technology has been selected as a Carbon Reduction Partner to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP).

The CDP is an independent not for profit organisation providing a transformative global system for companies and cities to measure, disclose, manage and share climate change and water information. Some 3,700 organisations across the world’s largest economies now measure and disclose their greenhouse gas emissions and carbon abatement strategies through CDP in order that they can set reduction targets and make performance improvements. 655 institutional investors with US$78 trillion in assets own a large share of the world’s largest publicly listed companies and act as the authority behind CDP.

“CDP is inviting applications for a limited number of companies to become carbon reduction partners, offering technology and services that help reduce carbon emissions across sectors. We are delighted to add Sabien as our first silver carbon reduction partner in the UK,” said Paul Robins, head of corporate partnerships at the CDP. “Sabien has demonstrated strong credentials and has an impressive track record of helping organisations reduce carbon emissions through their technology.”

“We’re proud to be named one of a select few Carbon Reduction Partners to the Carbon Disclosure Project which is one the most highly revered NGOs in the world and unparalleled in the field of commercial carbon data aggregation and reporting. The partnership recognises and reinforces Sabien’s reputation as a trusted and proven provider of energy efficiency technology” said Alan O’Brien (pictured), Sabien’s CEO and founder.