Learn from the best! Green Gown Award winners and highly commended

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A presentation from the EAUC Annual Conference 2012 which helps you to continue the learning and inspiration.

Held at the University of York between 27-29 March 2012

Topics covered

What does it take to win a Green Gown Award? Aside from submitting a great sustainability project, session the skill of submitting a great application is an art unto itself. Come and hear case studies from past winners/highly commended and hear about not only their projects but also their advice when submitting that all important application.

  • Green ICT category (Winner 2011) – University of Hertfordshire with “Reduction and re-use of energy in institutional data centres (RARE-IDC)”
  • Colleges and smaller institutions category (Highly Commended 2011) - Blackpool and the Fylde College with “Driving ahead with waste oil”
  • Space Efficiency (Highly Commended 2011) – Pembrokeshire College with “Space efficiency reduces emissions” and Carbon Reduction Category (Winner 2010) with “Taking big steps to leave a small footprint”


Steve Bowes-Phipps, Data Centres Manager (University of Hertfordshire), Pam Reynolds, Sustainability Officer (Blackpool and the Fylde College) and Steve Jones, Director of Estates & Facilities (Pembrokeshire College)