Thursday 25 January 2007

Firms helped to make PCs greener

Useful piece from BBC NEWS | Technology section on how firms can helped to make PCs greener.

The Green Advisory Service will help firms improve their environmental profile, hopes IT firm Computacenter.

Its research found that a single PC left on overnight and at weekends racks up an annual electricity bill of £53. In addition a typical PC left on for 24 hours a day, 220 days of the year, is responsible for up to a tonne of CO2 over a 3-year period.

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