greeNEWit, an organization founded to help society build more sustainable communities and better economies through energy efficiency and conserving the use of natural resources, was named the 2012 Green Company of the Year by the Howard Technology Council.
greeNEWit was selected because of its achievements to innovation and bright ideas in Howard County. The company acts as consultants to builders, contractors and homeowners to provide cost-effective energy upgrades and offers consulting and training for sustainable operations. In addition to providing energy efficient solutions for residential, commercial and government clients, greeNEWit develops software products. The current software platform is being delivered to the home performance industry across the nation.
"greeNEWit is being honored for their innovation, strong managerial skills and community involvement," Director of the Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship Julie Lenzer Kirk said. "It's great to see that they possess the entrepreneurial spirit and passion for innovation, a common trait of America's great business leaders."
greeNEWit is committed to creating new solutions for life's challenges by involving the community to support continued education, humanitarian advancement and economic development.
The Howard Tech Council is at the epicenter of the local tech community. Our active and engaged membership base spans a variety of industries, providing members with access to a diverse collection of organizations.
The MCE incubator program, called the Innovation Catalyst (iCat) helps companies accelerate the commercialization of innovative technologies.