April 4, 2011 – The Greening of U.S. Bank's happening on three fronts when it comes to its internal strategy: The bank's bringing new efficiencies to software, slimming down its work stations and wringing dramatically greater utilization out of its data centers.

Measuring success is the most important piece of ensuring its goals are matched with tangible action. Further to that, the bank announced in February that it's tapping Hara's environmental and energy management software system to identify, track and measure energy reduction initiatives across U.S. Bank properties. A central repository collects energy and environmental data on more than 2,200 U.S. Bank sites across 25 states and serves as a resource for pinpointing areas ripe for reductions, as well as standardizing reporting of results gleaned from the firm's energy reduction projects.

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