New and better ways of measuring high-tech energy consumption could lead to significant environmental and economic gains, a study from The Australian National University has found. Researchers from ANU, the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Washington have completed the first systematic profile of microprocessors – the integrated computer chips that act […] … learn more→
Tag Archives: green
Power profiles help electronics go green
How on earth do we cleanup this darn green mess? With love, the Solyndra story.
According to Friday’s edition of the Huffington Post (dated 10.28.2011), I noticed an article written by L. Graves describing potential changes to be made with existing stimulus funding and its loans. It turns out that Washington D.C. and the White House are in the process of fully reviewing, monitoring and controlling financing that have been […] … learn more→
A once-polluted Chinese city is turning from gray to green
Almost every day of his childhood, He Xin remembers the skies in his hometown of Shenyang being gray. “If I wore a white shirt to school, by the end of the day it would be brown,” recalls He, who was born in 1974, “and there would be a ring of black soot under the collar.” […] … learn more→