Calculation Tools & ICT Insights on energy saving: SAT-S, Save@Work, GreenSpector

Calculation Tools & ICT Insights on energy saving: SAT-S, Save@Work, GreenSpector

Thursday, February 23, 2017

The 4th ICTFOOTPRINT free webinar has crucial information on ICT Calculation tools and Sustainable ICT insights on energy savings, on 23rd February 2017, 15:00 CET. All those who want to improve ICT energy efficiency in their business are welcome to join us in this exciting webinar.

After years of seemingly infinite IT resources, software developers are facing new efficiency challenges on smartphones and IoT devices. Mobile users want more features, but not less battery life. Thomas Corvaisier (CEO of GREENSPECTOR) introduced the concept of software eco-design, and tell us how it may help lowering the consumption of IT resources while preserving performance and user experience.

Frédéric Croisson, from Deloitte Sustainability, showcased the ICTFOOTPRINT.eu Self-Assessment Tool for Services (SAT-S), a useful, quick and easy-to-use tool that calculates the carbon footprint of your ICT services. The tool helps users not only to make informed decisions about how to make an ICT service sustainable, but also discover the impact of ICT devices & activities in terms of Green House Gas emissions and primary energy consumption.

Energy savings can be achieved thanks to simple sustainable daily practices, which can be implemented by organisations employees. Karen Robinson shared some sustainable ICT practices and introduce the save@work initiative, which encourages public sector employee’s to come together in teams to reduce the energy consumption of their building by making small changes to their everyday energy consuming behaviours.  Adding an element of competition to the project has been a significant driver in encouraging teams to really examine and challenge those unconscious energy consuming behaviours.  The scale of working in a large office has also highlighted those practices that on their own seem to make almost insignificant savings but when applied across an office of over 300 people, have a very different impact.

The webinar was moderated by Silvana Muscella (Project Coordinator of ICTFOOTPRINT.eu and CEO of Trust-IT Services) who boasts has over 20 years’ experience a broad experience in stimulating topics in the ICT sector. In recent years, her drive has been in getting her team to turn its expertise into developing useful ICT tools and services for smaller companies, like Trust-IT, in the areas for ICT for energy efficiency, cloud procurement, cybersecurity and providing online tools for making cloud computing easier for novices especially.

Why should you watch the webinar?

· Free webinar, with no costs for you and requiring less than 1 hour of your time.

· Learn how to start improving the energy efficiency in your ICT business

· Find out about success stories on implementing energy efficiency

· Start benefiting from the advantages of improved energy efficiency and reduced energy costs

The webinar is for any European ICT player that needs to improve its energy efficiency in ICT.

WEBINAR SPEAKERS

Thomas Corvaisier - GREENSPECTOR
Thomas Corvaisier  GREENSPECTOR ICTFOOTPRINT.eu

Thomas Corvaisier has been involved in the Green IT field for 9 years, first as head of environment responsibility for Logica in France (now CGI), then counselling corporate companies and public organisations on lowering the carbon footprint of their IT. He’s the CEO of GREENSPECTOR, a start-up editor specialized in software eco-design. This innovative approach aims at helping developers produce their applications with better performance for a lesser consumption of resources, hence lowering the impacts while improving user experience.

Frédéric Croisson - Deloitte Sustainability
Frédéric Croisson Deloitte Sustainability ICTFOOTPRINT.eu

Frédéric Croisson is a Manager at Deloitte Sustainability, an institution specialised in research and consultancy in the field of environmental information on products, being its expertise is widely recognised in France and in Europe. A pioneer in the domain of life cycle assessments, Deloitte offers a wide range of services covering the entire life cycle of environmental information on products & services to expert and non-expert audiences.

Karen Robinson - save@work
Karen Robinson save@work ICTFOOTPRINT.eu

Karen works as a project manager for Severn Wye Energy Agency, a UK charity concerned with addressing fuel poverty and promoting sustainable energy. In the 7 years she has been at Severn Wye, Karen has managed a number of European Commission funded initiatives including Energy Neighbourhoods2, EnergizAIR and more recently save@work. The majority of these projects focus on using behaviour change to reduce energy consumption and thus carbon emissions, including the current save@work project. As such Karen has developed considerable experience not only in understanding which behaviours are likely to make the greatest energy savings but also a good understanding of what makes people tick, their different drivers and how they can be engaged to get involved in such initiatives.

WEBINAR MODERATOR

Silvana Muscella - CEO & Founder Trust-IT Services

Silvana Muscella is CEO & founder of Trust-IT Services. She tackles high-level strategy building, business acquisition, coordination and strategic marketing and communication developments in ICT, namely in cloud computing tools & services & cybersecurity, ICT in energy efficiency. Has played an instrumental role in connecting stakeholders around standardisation efforts in distributed computing (namely, IEEE, ETSI, OGF, SNIA, DMTF, OASIS, ITU-T) & excellent relations with NIST. Currently Coordinator of ICTFOOTPRINT.eu, the EU framework for energy & environmental efficiency in the ICT sector. Among her appointments, she is an ACM professional member, member of the Green Grid, member of ECSO & IEEE InterCloud Computing Initiative.

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