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New technologies and energy efficiency: Save the climate with your PC!

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Over half of all European households now own a computer. But with their scanners, printers and modems, personal computers can account for up to 20% of household electricity consumption. Manufacturers, encouraged by the European Commission, are therefore looking for ways to make their products consume less energy. Consumers have a role to play too. They can buy products with the Energy Star logo for their superior energy efficiency and can develop certain elementary good habits, like switching off devices when not in use. However, the simple fact of using the new technologies can result in considerable energy savings and help slash our CO2 emissions! ICT can be used, for example, to reduce our use of cars and other means of transport (teleworking, audio and videoconferences, virtual training, etc.) and to save paper (virtual bills, etc.). According to a WWF study, with these few applications alone, the EU states could save some 50 million tonnes of CO2 emissions a year, the equivalent of the annual emissions of a country like Sweden. If used sensibly, information and communication technologies can make a significant contribution to achieving the targets proposed by the European Commission: 20% improvement in energy efficiency and 20% reduction in CO2 emissions by 2020… Interviews: Gabriella Peszeki, Hungarian teleworker
Dennis Pamlin, WWF
Roger Benson, Director Northern Europe, Intel
Chandrakant Patel, researcher, Hewlett Packard
Kate Cottam, student, Telford College, Edinburgh
Corrie Howarth, student, Telford College, Edinburgh
Michael Turpie, Information Services, Telford College, Edinburgh
Nicola Duffy, student, Telford College, Edinburgh
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