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We are studying the feasibility of reducing energy consumption by 5% per year for the next 5 years are part of our modernization project (pending funding). Do you think this is realistic?
We are using too much energy on heating and cooling, and I know we're not running our data center as efficiently as possible. I'm looking to buy a homogenous multi-core processor with about 2 GHz and between 2 and 4 GB hard drive space and 3 GB RAM. I need my resources to be easily accessible...
Just wanted to find out if there is anyone out there that have or was involved in drafting a Green IT strategy of their organisation. OR witting up a paper for their organisation on Green IT?