Why the Cloud Industry Needs to Become Greener

Source: https://www.visualcapitalist.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Bitcoin-Mining-Electricity-Consumption.jpg  According to Energy Post, the Internet will consume 20% of the projected electricity demand with 8000 TWh by 2030, making it one of the most energy-intensive sectors in the world. Hyperscale data centers typically use cutting-edge technologies — facility designs, cooling systems, and workload-optimized equipment to improve efficiency, but the current centralized approach … Read more →

Netflix could be killing the environment as researchers urge users to avoid streaming in HD on smartphones

As the pandemic has pushed many of us into our houses, forcing us to keep ourselves busy, there is no surprise that the popularity of Netflix has grown over the years. In April 2020, over 16 million new subscribers joined the streaming platform. The chart below shows Netflix’s revenue from 2011 to 2020 with a … Read more →

The green movement in technology

Instead taking advantage of the planet’s resources, as human beings we should start to look for renewable energy sources. The recycling of the old and unusable IT devices is one step towards keeping the nature protected. Another step is using renewable energy and becoming responsible about the energy consumption the technologies we use have. Buying … Read more →

New Technologies that Help Track Energy Usage

New technologies have been making energy tracking easier than ever. Most homeowners worry about having the most efficient light bulbs, but there are plenty of other technologies that can save money at home. Computers are cheaper and smarter than ever. Appliances are now being installed with wireless communication and processing. Outlets can have brains. There … Read more →

British Gas Smart Meters – Revolutionizing the Way We Consume Energy

British Gas, known as UK’s largest supplier of energy, is starting to roll out a new Smart Meter that is guaranteed to forever change and revolutionize the way we consume energy, with the main goal to not only produce cleaner and greener electricity, but also to help customers save a fairly significant amount of money! What … Read more →

Minimising the Environmental Impact of Your Photocopiers

Photocopiers can have a negative impact on the environment. Older photocopiers represent clunky, energy hungry pieces of equipment that generate high electricity and repair costs for owners, while also producing additional costs for paper, toner and ink. Moreover, photocopiers emit ozone and carbon monoxide into the atmosphere, which contribute to global warming. Toner and printer … Read more →