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Verdigris wins multiple awards for sustainability and innovation

July 22, 2021
Building energy intelligence specialist receives Golden Bridge Business & Innovation Award, and a 2021 Network Sustainability Award; meanwhile, its co-founder Thomas Chung is named to the Silicon Valley Business Journal’s '40 under 40' list.

Verdigris (Mountain View, CA), a global expert in real-time responsive energy intelligence, on July 21 announced that it has received multiple industry awards for excellence in innovation and sustainability.

The company is the winner of a 2021 Golden Bridge Business and Innovation Award in the Energy Management category for helping solve the global problem of energy waste. Verdigris received the Gold honor after undergoing a vigorous review process by a panel of judges and was selected from hundreds of nominated companies from around the world.

Verdigris further announced it is also the recipient of a 2021 Network Sustainability Award. The inaugural awards honor tech innovators with solutions for renewable energies and network management. Verdigris secured a third place €10K prize for its AI-controlled energy management platform for intelligent buildings and data centers.

The Verdigris technology defines an AI-powered smart building management platform that optimizes energy consumption for organizations. With the platform, the firm contends its customers have reduced their energy spend by 20-50 percent.

Some of the world’s most recognized companies including T-Mobile, Verizon, and Nvidia are using Verdigris to improve energy efficiency and building reliability at their most critical facilities, the company notes.

“Excessive energy waste is entirely preventable. Verdigris' solution is helping put an end to this global problem,” commented Mark Chung, co-founder and CEO, Verdigris. “To be recognized for our achievements with Golden Bridge and Network Sustainability Awards is a great honor and is a testament to the drive and passion we share collectively as an organization to create a more sustainable world.”

Additionally, the company announced that Verdigris co-founder and Growth Director Thomas Chung has been named to the Silicon Valley Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” class of 2021. The annual recognition shines a spotlight on emerging stars under the age of 40 impacting their industries and communities. “40 under 40” recipients are recognized for their professional accomplishments, as well as the strides they make outside of the workplace.

“My success is tied to the passion and dedication I have for the projects I commit to,” said Verdigris' Chung. “I’m proud to receive a ‘40 Under 40’ award, but even more proud of our daily efforts at Verdigris to make a real difference by tackling the global energy waste problem.”

For more information, visit www.verdigris.co.

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