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Company Overview of The Green Grid Association

Company Overview

The Green Grid Association operates as a global consortium of companies, government agencies, educational institutions, and individuals to drive effective and accountable resource efficiency across the entire information and communications technology (ICT) ecosystem. It offers metrics, tools, technologies, and best practices to improve resource efficiency for information technology, data centers, and personal computers. The Green Grid Association was founded in 2007 and is based in Beaverton, Oregon.

3855 SW 153rd Drive

Beaverton, OR 97003

United States

Founded in 2007





Key Executives for The Green Grid Association

Chairman of the Board and President
Vice President and Director
Vice President and Director
Program Development Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

The Green Grid Association Key Developments

The Green Grid(R) Association Announces New Officers for its Expanded Board of Directors

The Green Grid(R) Association announced new officers for its recently expanded board of directors, a leadership transition consistent with the organization's commitment to driving and expanding global and regional involvement across all program activities. Roger Tipley, vice president of industry and government alliances for Schneider Electric, will assume the role of president and chairman of the board. Tipley joined The Green Grid's board of directors at the organization's inception, and began serving in officer roles in 2007. He replaces long-serving president and chairman John Tuccillo, who will continue contributing to the organization as an industry expert and mentor supporting several of The Green Grid's initiatives. Rona Newmark of EMC will assume duties as vice president, while IBM's Pam Lembke will take on the role of secretary for The Green Grid. Both have served previously on the board of directors, with Newmark most recently handling officer duties as treasurer. Tipley will expand upon The Green Grid's recent commitment to accelerate program agility and increase global impact through a streamlined project development process. This commitment includes welcoming a new project development director who will expedite the process of turning dynamic ideas into fully-vetted deliverables. The organization's new structure is designed to realize the group's mission to drive effective and accountable resource efficiency across the entire ICT ecosystem.

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