Which are the top technologies, services and projects aimed at building a more energy-efficient, resource-smart and sustainable future? We’re asking you to nominate the best of the best for our Greenbang 2011 Awards.
Entries are now being accepted for the second annual Greenbang Awards, and we’re seeking submissions in 10 categories:
This year, we’re making the awards process easy — no elaborate PowerPoint presentations, PDFs or multimedia extravaganzas required. Instead, we’re asking for a simple one-minute video that highlights your offering and why you think it should win. (For those who can’t or prefer not to develop a video, we’ll be adding an easy-to-fill-out online entry form next week.)
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. 14. The application fee is $400 US (£250, €290) and is payable online.
Greenbang 2011 Award winners will be announced at our awards event in November (details to be announced soon.)
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).