Green IT Roundup: July 8-13, 2012

This week’s Green IT Roundup highlights:  Large US firms spending $2.5 billion annually on technology consulting and system integration relating to their energy and sustainability initiatives by 2015, Achieving energy efficiency without trying, U.S. Energy Department invests $7 million in three energy-efficient light projects as part of its efforts to reduce energy costs, and How schools can use less energy & spend less money, without the sacrifice.

Green IT Roundup: June 24-29, 2012

This week’s Green IT Roundup includes: The announcement that all businesses on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange will have to report on their levels of greenhouse gas emissions starting April 2013, The rise in U.S energy consumption forces the United States to embark on its most aggressive movement toward a sustainable future, and Companies moving beyond spreadsheets to make sustainability measures pay off.

Green IT Roundup: April 23-27, 2012

This week’s Green IT Roundup features:  Genzyme’s energy-saving initiatives, which have allowed the company to reduce its energy bill by 13%, The need for IT to take a leading role in implementing sustainability initiatives, The establishment of The Young Entrepreneurs Fund to promote the development of low carbon technologies by entrepreneurs and small to medium-size firms, and The role energy efficient buildings in promoting healthier companies.

Green IT Roundup: April 9-13, 2012

This week’s Green IT Roundup highlights:  Nick Clegg unveils measures to bolster the Green Deal to cut energy bills for households and businesses in the UK, GoodGuide enables consumers to drive corporate sustainability, and Leveraging the latest advancements in technology can offer sustainable solutions.

Green IT Roundup: March 19-23, 2012

This week’s Green IT Roundup includes:  Four keys to more energy-efficient corporate buildings, Twin Cities (MN) building owners compete to save power, and additional initiatives for you to tackle after you have addressed the “low-hanging fruit” initiatives.

Green IT Roundup: December 12-16, 2011

This week’s Green IT Roundup features:  The reluctance of UK organizations to develop and implement Green IT policies, the British government launches two new initiatives to help the public sector and local communities to reduce their carbon emissions and energy costs, Facebook’s commitment to Green energy, TechNavio releases its PC and Server Management Software Market 2010-2014 report, and University College Cork earning g the World’s first ISO 50001 Certification.

The Energy Efficiency Revolution

Today’s research provides consensus that enterprise level efficiency measures are extremely cost effective and highly impact conservation efforts.  Historically, government initiatives have not actively promoted sustainability or constituted it as a smart bottom line for business.  However, visionary leaders, such as Vivek Kundra, the first United States Federal Chief Information Officer, have allowed city, county and federal government the ability to find new budget efficiencies.   Mr.  Kundra has been willing to utilize sustainability and advances in technology to

Sweden: A Global leader of Energy Efficiency

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