BusinessGreen has today announced the full shortlist for the annual BusinessGreen Leaders Awards and we’re pleased to say that 1E made the cut again this year!

We are shortlisted for Best Green IT project with our customer Newham University Hospitals NHS Trust, which saved 143 metric tonnes in CO2 and of 264,552 KWh of electricity per year as a result of deploying NightWatchman Enterprise across 1,500 PCs. Read more about Newham Hospitals’ PC power management project in this article from The Guardian.

More good news is that our founder and CEO, Sumir Karayi has been shortlisted for the prestigious Leader of the Year award. 1E, the company that Sumir founded back in 1997 has made a significant contribution to sustainable IT and energy efficiency, such as collectively reducing our customers C02 emissions by 6.4m tonnes; that’s the equivalent emissions from 1.5 coal-fired power stations in one year, so we’re pleased to see him being recognized for his efforts!

The awards dinner will take place at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington on Wednesday 4th July – and you’ll definitely see us there! Places are strictly limited, but if you are a customer of 1E’s and are interested in joining us, please email karolina.shaw@1E.com with no more than 50 words explaining what PC power management, server energy efficiency or 1E means to your organisation.

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Michelle Berninger
Michelle Berninger is a Digital Marketing Manager running the 1E blog and social media. Prior to joining 1E, she worked in the documentary film industry where stories about privacy, cyber security, and the changing digital landscape caught her attention. Michelle lives in Brooklyn and is based out of 1E’s New York City office.