ICT-Enabled Energy Efficiency

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Energy-efficiency is the most promising way to substantially address the global energy- and climate-issues in the near-term. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is a leading enabler of energy-efficiency by limiting the carbon footprint of the ICT sector itself but also by providing the basis to increase efficiency in other sectors.

Dr. Bernd Kosch, Head of Environmental Technology, Fujitsu Technology Solutions provides an overview of current technology and expected short-term potentials, as well as a positioning of ICT with respect to the new Energy Efficiency Plan of the European Union.

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ICT-Enabled Energy Efficiency

  1. 1. InnovationForum Room 12
  2. 2. Cutting the Energy Bill – Room 12Reshaping IT ICT-Enabled Energy Efficiency Dr. Dr Bernd Kosch Head of Environmental Technology Fujitsu 16:30 h 1
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  4. 4. ICT-ICT-Enabled Energy-Efficiency Energy-- European Status and Trend -Dr. Bernd KoschNovember,November 2011 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  5. 5. The Different Faces of Green ICT Environmental optimization of ICT products Hazardous materials / Resource efficiency / Waste (Recycling) Resource-efficiency Product-lifecycle CO2-aspects (PCF, LCA) Energy-efficiency / CO2-reduction in ICT E ffi i d ti Hardware-aspects and systems-management ICT-Concepts architectures ICT Concepts / -architectures (virtualization) Efficiency-aspects in the data center facility Energy-efficiency / CO2-reduction by ICT Direct potentials for power-grids / buildings / traffic, indirect effects by factor-substitution in business processes (materials travel space) (materials, travel, Assessment methods to quantify the enabling effects of ICT Transparency and control by applying “carbon management“ 4 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  6. 6. Energy-Efficiency: Potentials IN ICT Client-systems • Power-Management (activate built-in features) • Replace old systems and legacy concepts (by efficient PC- systems featuring latest technology, desktop/mobile-replacement, Thin clients and clienb-virtualization (“Zero-Client”) • PCF-aspects (and related second life concepts : only for very-low- usage scenarios) • Server- and storage-systems • Infrastructure refresh and consolidation aiming at maximization of useful ICT-work and –performance per Watt Facility-related data center infrastructure • Optimized cooling (hot/cold aisle separation, free cooling, focused liquid cooling) • Modular UPS-Concepts (to optimize load-level-related efficiency) 5 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  7. 7. Comparing Workplace SystemsBase Case 2005 1 Best Case 2010Desktop Active 78,2 W ESPRIMO Q5030 Active 21.4 W Sleep p 2,2 W , Sleep p 1.9 W Off 2,7 W Off 0.9 WMonitor CRT 17” Active 69,5 W B22W-5 ECO Active 20 W Sleep 1,5 W Sleep 0,1 W Off 1,5 15W Off 0,1 01WTypical Power 312 kWh 68 kWhConsumptionper year 21: www.ecocomputer.org (Final Report: Preparatory studies for Eco-design Requirements of EuPs)2: www.eu-energystar.org (Busy Office: Idle/On: 8 hr/day; Standby: 2 hr/day; Off: 14 hr/day; Power Man.: energy saving) 6 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  8. 8. “Green PC“ in 2011/03ESPRIMO P900 0-Watt First 0-Watt PC 0-Watt-PC Patented Technology of Fujitsu Technology Solutions gy Power Supply Unit up to 94% efficiency Halogen free system board Switched Monitor-outlet Saving up to 10% of monitor energy Zero-Noise-PC Z N i PC When configured with SSD Optional EraseDisk funktionality (in BIOS) p y( ) Prevents security hazards when recycled 7 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  9. 9. PRIMERGY Dual-CPU (4-core), 2008 8 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  10. 10. PRIMERGY Single-CPU (4-core), 2011 9 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  11. 11. PRIMERGY Dual-CPU (6-core), 2011 10 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  12. 12. Server-Energy-Cost An exercise in power-cost-calculation • Topic: Replacemnt of 3 2008-systems ( described above) by 1 system of p p y (as ) y y 2011 (at all load-levels, 1 new systems has better performance than 3 older systems) • Assumption: • All-year 7*24 operation: approx. 8400 hours of operation during 350 days • Load-distribution: 1/3 peak-load 1/3 50%-load, 1/3 active-idle • This results in a delta power-consumption of: • 8,400 * ((265+224+166) - (236+151+75)/3) = 8,400 * (655 – 154) = 4,208,400 • 4,208 kWh of server-energy result, at an assumed PUE of 1.6, in 6,733 kWh at the data center level. • At an electricity price of 13 c/kWh, savings in energy-cost sum up to 875 € energy cost p.a., for small companies and „normal“ PUE-levels to more than 1.000 € p.a. Long depreciation periods do not make sense for servers L d i i i d d k f 11 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  13. 13. Client-Virtualization („Zero Client“) A Zero-Client-based workplace consumes similar amounts of power as the monitor of a classical PC-based desltop The configuration rule for servers, which host the virtual machines of Zero-Clients imposes a limit of VMs per CPU- core Accordingly, a server like the PRIMERGY TX300 S6 (as described above) can host 8 * 6 * 2 = 96 virtual clients, representing between 0 8 and 2,8 W of server-power 0,8 28 server power depending on the aggregate load-level For 32 virtuelle clients on a PRIMERGY TX140 S1 the respective figures are: 0,5 to 1,7 W Client-virtualization and Thin-Client-concepts are offering advantages regarding safety and security. Improved energy-efficiency p gy y provides additional cost-savings. g 12 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  14. 14. “Green” beyond Private Scope Limiting global warming at the level of 2 0C 1) • Implies a limit of additional CO2-emissions of approx. 700 Gt in total p pp (eternal) (global emissions are now at approx. 32 Gt p.a., increasing) • Is, for economic reasons, only compatible with descend-paths that reverse the trend of increase before 2015 • and is therefore NOT a problem of future generations but is a problem that can only be resolved today – by THIS generation Alternatives for the descend-phase35%• „less CO2 in consumed energy”, Replacement of fossile fuels60%• ”less energy in material welfare” gy Improvement of energy-efficiency p gy y 2) 5%• “less welfare“ (Reduction of (irrational) luxury)) 1) Since the beginning industrialization - increase of average temperature since 1900 amounts to approx. 0.7 0C 2) Translated quote from a speech by E.-U. v. Weizsäcker, Munch, Germany, February 2011 13 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  15. 15. Energie-Efficiency Potentials BY ICT Potentials (in other sectors) BY the use of ICT • „SMART“-sectors (GeSI Climate Group: SMART 2020 report) provide SMART“ sectors (GeSI, (probably) ICT-related CO2-reduction-potential of approx. 15% of the 1990 level (global) by 2020 • ICT-related efficiency in horizontal / automation- processes has (probably) significant potentials as well • However: scientifically sound methods for the quantitative y q assessment of the ICT-related “enabling-effect“ are not yet mature and, therefore, do not qualify as a basis for new legal frameworks • Energy-efficiency management is a necessary requirement for target- oriented optimization of energy consumption. Present estimations and related commitments by policy makers and business-leaders have policy-makers business leaders been lacking standardized quantitative foundations, so far. 14 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  16. 16. SMART 2020 – “Addendum Deutschland” Energie/CO2 Management 15 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  17. 17. CO2 Reduction by FUJITSU Green PolicyReduction of environmental load of ICT infrastructure, andreduction by utilization of ICT (global, short-term) Global target FY2009-2012 cumulative 15 million tons OF ICT BY ICT Environmental load reduction Environmental load reduction cumulative 3 million tons cumulative 12 million tons 16 16 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  18. 18. Evaluation Method for ICT Solutions Quantitative analysis Resource Use Use of paper (documents) and CD etc. of CO2 emissions Travel Movement by train, bus and car etc. Supply Chain & Transportation by truck and train etc. Transportation Office Space Space for person and IT equipment etc. Warehouse & Keeping documents and goodsother storage spacePower ConsumptionPo er Cons mption Electricity consumed by ICT equipment of ICT Equipment Data Space for person and IT equipment etc. Communication Before After implementation implementation Database of CO2 Intensity/Unit 17 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  19. 19. Implemented Environmental ICT Solutions Method for CO2 impact assessment published in the Fujitsu Scientific & Technical Journal (FSTJ), vol 45(1), 2009 http://www fujitsu com/downloads/MAG/vol45- http://www.fujitsu.com/downloads/MAG/vol45 1/paper12.pdf More than 230 solutions / cases have been assessed assessed, grouped in 14 categories These applications constitute the basis f th CO2 Th li ti tit t th b i for the reduction commitments “BY IT” of Fujitsu Efforts to establish the assessment methodology through backing by industry consortia standardization bodies (e g ITU) are progressing (e.g. 18 18 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  20. 20. Energy Efficiency Discussion in the EU-27 The EU 20-20-20-initiative (2007) Reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 20% Increasing the share of renewables in the energy mix by 20 % points; %-points; Improving energy efficiency by 20% is failing. with regard to its EE-objective: “The Presidency Conclusions of the European Council of 4 February 2011 acknowledged that the 2020 20% energy efficiency objective is not on track” A stronger plan is underway: “On 8 March 2011 the Commission adopted a new Energy Efficiency Plan in order to get the EU on track of achieving its 20% energy efficiency …” “Proposal for a DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on energy efficiency …“ exists since May 2011 19 19 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  21. 21. Source: European Commission, DG Energy, A new Directive on Energy Efficiency, June 22, 2011 20 20
  22. 22. Source: European Commission, DG Energy, A new Directive on Energy Efficiency, June 22, 2011 21 21
  23. 23. Proposed Directive, June 22, 2011 23 Articles (81 pp.) detailing: scope, energy -use/supply /distribution, horizontal provisions, execution Relevance for ICT “Efficiency in Energy Use” (chapter II) includes • P bli b di shall purchase only products i th hi h t ee-class Public bodies h ll h l d t in the highest l • Public bodies have to set-up and publish inventories of buildings including ee-ratings (by 31 Dec 2012, annually) • Energy distributors/retailers shall ensure energy-savings of >1.5% of previous year consumption at their final customers • Member states shall establish a system of penalties, including financial y p , g penalties for non-compliance with this system • Member states shall ensure the availability of efficient high-quality energy audits and incentive schemes (tax credits subsidies) for SME to ( ) undergo such audits (by 2014) “Efficiency in Energy Supply” /chapter III) is a description of the Smart y gy pp y p ) p Grid adoption plan for the EU in tightened regulatory conditions 22 22 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  24. 24. Source: European Commission, DG Energy, A new Directive on Energy Efficiency, June 22, 2011 23 23
  25. 25. Gartner / WWF ICT-Vendor Ranking * Source: Gartner Inc., Summary Report: Low Carbon and Environmental Leadership in the ICT Industry, Simon Mingay, Dennis Pamlin, October 22, 2010 24 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  26. 26. Perspectives Consolidation of central ICT and virtualization up to the level of client-systems continues to provide significant cost- reduction potential by improving energy-efficiency. p y p g gy y In SME these potentials are not yet fully understood by all market participants. For client-systems such potentials may be insignificant for some SMEs SMEs. The upcoming energy-efficiency legislation in the EU-27 will result in Directing public PC-procurement to the highest energy-efficiency class, thus turning public offices into role models Adoption f Ad ti of energy-efficiency management by a l ffi i tb large group of EU 27 f EU-27 enterprises, thus increasing awareness about efficiency opportunities and creating additional incentives to reduce CO2-emissions. Standardized St d di d assessment methodologies will d i tif the t th d l i ill demistify th ICT-related enabling-effect and help optimizing energy-use Energy-efficiency IN and BY ICT is not a temporary hype – it cuts energy bills today and will cut tax burdens tomorrow 25 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU
  27. 27. Quelle: Rahmstorf, Vortrag Fujitsu Mainframe Summit 2010 26
  28. 28. Quelle: Rahmstorf, Vortrag Fujitsu Mainframe Summit 2010 27
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