Cisco - 2008

Emily Reyna | University of Michigan

  • Reyna developed a plan for Cisco to install energy-saving devices that could save $8 million per year.
  • Reyna developed a plan for Cisco to install energy-saving devices that could save $8 million per year.
  • Reyna developed a plan for Cisco to install energy-saving devices that could save $8 million per year.
Year: 
2008
Metro Area: 
Bay Area
Project Type: 
Data Center
Facility Type: 
Data Center

At networking technology giant Cisco Systems, Climate Corps fellow Emily Reyna helped develop plans for a new energy-saving device for equipment in R&D labs that would save an estimated $8 million per year (with an 18-month payback) and reduce Cisco's greenhouse gas emissions by 3%.

Video: See what Cisco says about its 2008 engagement with EDF Climate Corps.

Where is she now?

Reyna is now Project Manager for Environmental Defense Fund's Corporate Partnerships Program, where she helps run EDF Climate Corps.