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  1. Based on IDC projections of desktop and server units shipped, a baseline of typical desktop and server power consumption in the first half of 2007, and an average power cost of $0.0885/kWh.

faq

  1. Rocky Mountain Institute, “Cool Citizens: Everyday Solutions to Climate Change
  2. The Initiative recommends servers with an 85 percent efficient power supply unit (PSU), or that meet most recent version of ENERGY STAR server spec, when it becomes available.

did you know?

  1. Source: PEW Center on Global Climate Change;Climate Change 101: Understanding and Responding to Global Climate Change.
  2. Source: National Geographic News: Global Warming Fast Facts.
  3. Based on IDC projections of desktop and server units shipped, a baseline of typical desktop and server power consumption in the first half of 2007, and an average power cost of $0.0885/kWh.
  4. Source: WWF: Solutions to Global Climate Change.
  5. Based on IDC projections of desktop and server units shipped, a baseline of typical desktop and server power consumption in the first half of 2007, and an average power cost of $0.0885/kWh.
  6. Source: StopGlobalWarming.org. View article.
  7. Based on U.S. Census Bureau estimate of the number of college students, Harris Interactive estimate of the percentage of students that own desktop computers, U.S. Department of Energy estimate of average CO2 per KW/hr, U.S. EPA estimate of average tons of CO2 produced per car, and an average energy cost of $0.0885/KW.

3 steps to go green

  1. Energy Star Specifications
  2. Source: Green Living Tips Website
  3. Source: Cnet Review

energy saver guide

  1. Rocky Mountain Institute, “Cool Citizens: Everyday Solutions to Climate Change

it power management summit

  1. Source: Forrester Research
  2. Source: Lawrence Berkeley National Labs
  3. Source: Harris Interactive®study fielded from February 29 -March 4, 2008

utility energy-efficiency program summit

  1. Source: Forrester Research
  2. Source: Lawrence Berkeley National Labs
  3. Source: Harris Interactive