CO2High Limited was founded in January 2012 specifically as a vehicle to bring the new approach and technology to market. It is privately owned, funded from shareholder resources, and is based in the UK, near the beautiful city of Bath.
It's mission is to help reduce the world's consumption of energy by enabling environmentally aware organisations understand and manage their IT infrastructure. Computers and associated IT contribute a large proportion of the total environmental impact of organisations, typically 18% in office environments. That proportion is expected to rise to 30% by 2020. Not only does IT have a big carbon impact, it also has a big cost in energy bills for companies. With shareholder environmental concerns and energy costs rising, efficient computer infrastructure is now a board-level issue.
The innovative approach to solving the carbon footprinting problem has already received praise from the UK's university sector, well known for leading the environmental cause, with several expressing interest in using the technology. Queen Mary College, University of London has already commissioned the service.
CO2High's founding directors have a combined 60 years experience in IT development and service provision and have previously been directors of the Service Management company RMS. Part of the offering uses discovery technology under licence from RMS.
Tim Gibbs CEO
Tim has an extensive IT history from engineer to business management. Tim has worked primarily within international companies such as Praxis (now part of the Altran Group), Deloitte Touche, and Anite. He strongly believes his computer engineering and IT centric career helps him ensure that customer business needs are fully met through the application of appropriate solutions.
Tim is a Chartered Engineer and a Member of the British Computer Society. He has a young family, enjoys cycling and almost any sort of construction project.
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Christine Headford CIO
Christine is a born problem solver and has the experience and vision to be able to architect solutions that provide immediate and future benefits to business. She says "I could see how to implement the business opportunity that Tim saw - the pieces of the jigsaw were there, they just needed to be pulled together, combining modern day IT discovery techniques with a data research process. It's a natural SaaS solution being applicable world wide without increasing the carbon footprint in the delivery process."
Christine has 30 years' experience in IT, all of it in service support and delivery. Christine has been responsible for the development of the SaaS offering to meet a global demand for better IT carbon management.
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