RBS has selected EnergyDeck as a finalist in the Innovation Gateway; a major international search for new ways of reducing energy, water and waste.Launched in March this year, the RBS Innovation Gateway attracted more than 140 submissions in just 40 days, from brand new concepts through to market-ready products and services.The ideas came from innovators and small businesses (SMEs) around Britain and the world, from Perth in Scotland to Perth in Western Australia. The best ideas will be tested on the RBS estate of 2,500 buildings and branches in the UK.
If you work in technology, you probably know about the CeBIT trade show that takes place in Hanover every year. After all, it's the largest technology trade show in the world and has been going since 1986.
This year, the UK is the partner country for CeBIT so you should see a lot of British companies in attendance, including a number of exciting start-ups, one of which is EnergyDeck.
EnergyDeck has been listed as an inspiring startup aiming to improve the world by Mashable, the leading online source for news, information and resources about digital innovation. In the article, Mashable lists 20 companies they see as changing the world we live in now, and the way we will live in the future.
August has seen the arrival of Nicholas Mason, who joins the EnergyDeck team as Director of Business Development. Nic joins us from CBRE’s Energy & Sustainability Team where he was a senior E&S consultant providing carbon reporting and energy management services to companies such as Sainsbury’s, Nomura, C&A Europe and CBRE Global Investors. Prior to CBRE, Nic worked at Westminster City Council as their carbon, energy and sustainable procurement manager.
Last week we participated in the Idea Idol competition of Green Monday's premier annual energy event: Green Corporate Energy 2013. Having made it through several stages of assessment, we were given the opportunity to pitch EnergyDeck to a panel of select judges and an audience consisting of highly experienced energy and sustainability porfessionals.
Continue reading to view the post of the Green Mondays team on the event, or read the original article here.