Cities learn how to become “Green in ICT”
Cities account for two-thirds of the world’s overall energy consumption and contribute an estimated 70 percent of the world’s greenhouse gases. If just 100 of the world’s largest cities embarked on a low-carbon development path, global greenhouse gas emissions could be decreased by an estimated 10 percent a year.
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ICT Players Learn Tools and Services for Energy Management
On 20th October, ICT players attended the 2nd ICTFOOTPRINT.eu webinar, getting to know several ICT tools and services for energy management, which help them decreasing the energy consumption of ICT equipment. This allows lower costs in energy bills and even higher levels of ICT performance efficiency. Jaak Vlasveld (Director of GreenIT Amsterdam) and Rabih Bashroush (Coordinator of Eureca project), are both energy experts with a wide experience on energy efficiency in ICT. They gave valuable pragmatic information about energy efficiency in ICT with high potential to benefit ICT players, without compromising the performance of their ICT equipment, especially in data centres.
Civil Servants & Politicians learn how ICTFOOTPRINT.eu helps on low carbon footprint in ICT
The joint meeting of “Knowledge Society and Mobility Forums” took place on 17-19 October, in Tampere, Finland, aiming to update the audience on the latest EU policy developments, related to knowledge society themes. At the event, ICTFOOTPRINT.eu (www.ictfootprint.eu) made a presentation to around 40 attendees, mostly civil servants and politicians representing 13 different European cities.
ICT Standards: valuable guides to get benefits & improve competitiveness
Energy consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) sector are growing rapidly as a result of major economic and societal changes such as the uptake of network connected devices and the growth of online services. It is estimated that the ICT sector accounts for 8-10% of the European electricity consumption and up to 4% of its GHG emissions (European Commission).
Tools and services for energy management – Free webinar
ICTFOOTPRINT.eu will present its second webinar on 20th October 12:00PM CET/CEST, entitled “Tools and Services for energy management”. The free webinar will give crucial information about tools to all those who want to improve ICT energy efficiency in their business. In less than an hour, two experts on energy efficiency in ICT - Jaak Vlasveld (Director of GreenIT Amsterdam) and Rahib Bashroush (Coordinator of Eureca project) - will provide their valuable insights regarding energy efficiency in ICT.
How to become a Certified Seller in ICTFOOTPRINT.eu online Marketplace
ICTFOOTPRINT.eu online marketplace is the meeting point for ICT sustainable “Sellers” to meet “Buyers” (SMEs, large corporations, public administrators etc) who want to improve their energy efficiency and consequently reduce their carbon footprint. The marketplace will effectively contribute to speeding up the uptake of energy efficient ICT solutions.
ICTFOOTPRINT.eu online marketplace: Connecting buyers and sellers for Energy Efficiency
ICTFOOTPRINT.eu just launched a free online marketplace that brings together a roaster of reliable ICT solution providers, the so-called “sellers”, and will help organisations, the so-called “buyers”, find the sustainable ICT solution they need in order to improve their competitiveness on the European market.
ICT intensive organisations learn “How Energy Efficiency can lead your business growth
On 12th July 2016 ICT intensive organisations attended together first of a 12 on-line webinar series helping to benefit from advantages of energy efficiency. Professionals, interested on energy efficiency in ICT, learned how ICTFOOTPRINT.eu helps starting their energy efficiency journey.
How Energy efficiency can drive business growth - A webinars series to support competitiveness of European SMEs in the ICT sector
Why Webinars on energy efficiency in ICT?
SMEs are the backbone of the European economy, with almost 800,000 of them playing in the ICT sector, where they employ some 5.8 million workers. Besides, ICT is currently responsible for 8-10% of the European Union’s electricity consumption and up to 4% of its carbon emissions, but 55% of firms say they find it hard to make resource efficiency a part of their core business.