Entries are now being accepted for the second annual Greenbang Awards, and we’re seeking submissions in 10 categories:
- Data center technology
- Cloud computing
- Home efficiency
- Energy technologies (ie, waste heat to energy, kinetic energy, etc.)
- Public sector project
- Person of the year
- Company of the year.
This year, we’re making the awards process easy — no elaborate PowerPoint presentations, PDFs or multimedia extravaganzas required. Instead, all you have to do is describe your entry, provide at least one case study demonstrating its efficiency, make a case for market need and include at least one third-party comment that validates your entry. We’ve posted a fill-in-the-blanks online entry form in PDF to make the process even easier.
Email entries to Managing Editor Shirley Siluk at email@example.com with your company name, contact information and award category, and be sure to have those to us by the deadline, Friday, Oct. 28. The application fee is $400 US (£250, €290) and is payable online.
You can pay the entry fee via PayPal using the form below:
Greenbang 2011 Efficiency Award winners will be announced at our awards event/drinks gathering on November 24 at Grace in London.
Winners of the inaugural Greenbang 2010 Awards included SAP (Best corporate responsibility project), 1E (Best IT technology), Onzo (Top smart-grid technology), TelecityGroup (Best data center innovation), Carbon Voyage (Most efficient transport programme), Cawleys (Best sustainable resource management programme), L’Oreal (Best low-energy building), Sony Ericsson (Best cross-organisation sustainability effort) and Verizon (Top in-house sustainability effort).