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Keynote Address given at PROMPT Annual Meeting in Montreal, CA on Nov 15, 2010

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  • Looking ahead, it is likely that ICT and CE equipment will take an even greater share of residential electricity consumption unless policy measures are introduced to increase energy efficiency. Under estimated market conditions, the IEA expects that energy use by these devices will double by 2022 and increase threefold by 2030 (see Figure 3). By the end of this period, global electricity use by household ICT and CE equipment could rise to 1 700 TWh, requiring the addition of approximately 280 GW of generating capacity. This level of consumption is equivalent to the current combined total residential electricity consumption of the United States and Japan, and would cost householders around the world USD 200 billion in electricity bills.
  • Looking ahead, it is likely that ICT and CE equipment will take an even greater share of residential electricity consumption unless policy measures are introduced to increase energy efficiency. Under estimated market conditions, the IEA expects that energy use by these devices will double by 2022 and increase threefold by 2030 (see Figure 3). By the end of this period, global electricity use by household ICT and CE equipment could rise to 1 700 TWh, requiring the addition of approximately 280 GW of generating capacity. This level of consumption is equivalent to the current combined total residential electricity consumption of the United States and Japan, and would cost householders around the world USD 200 billion in electricity bills.Addition Equivalent to All US Japan….requiring addition of all coal power in US
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  • Green IT: Creating the Future on Our Campuses
    Jerry Sheehan, Chief of Staff,
    California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology
    November 15, 2010
  • Presentation Overview
    A Quick Overview of Anthropogenic Climate Change
    ICT and Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions
    The US Political Update
    Campuses as Time Machines to Our ICT Future
  • A Quick Overview of Anthropogenic Climate Change
  • CO2 Levels Last 800,000 Years
    SOURCE: US Global Change Research Program Report, 2009
  • CO2 Rises Suddenly Since Industrial Era
    388 PPM in
    2010
    Medieval
    Warm Period
    Little
    Ice Age
  • Global Average Temperature over Last 160 Years
  • Probability of Temperature Change
    SOURCE: US EPA, Analysis of the American Power Act, June14, 2010
  • SOURCE: Stabilization Targets for Atmospheric Greenhouse Gas Concentrations,
    National Research Council, July 2010
  • Earth Requires a Radically Different Human Energy System
    Abatement Across All Sectors to Reduce Emissions to Half 2005 Levels by 2050
    SOURCE: IEA BLUE Map Scenario, 2010
  • ICT and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  • ICT is POWER HUNGRY
    SOURCE: IEA, Report on Energy Efficiency: Gadgets and Gigawatts, 2009
  • ICT Power Hunger in Perspective
    Net Need for +280 GW
    Equivalent to 2010 US Coal Generation
    ICT by 2030=1.7TW, All Current Residential Use in US and Japan
  • ICT and Global GHG Emissions
    SOURCE: Smart2020: Enabling the Low Carbon Economy in the Information Age,
    The Climate Group, 2008
  • The ICT Emissions Breakdown
    2020 ICT Sector Breakdown
    Share of Emissions Projection
    2007 ICT Sector Carbon Emissions
    MtCO2e
    SOURCE: Smart2020: Enabling the Low Carbon Economy in the Information Age,
    The Climate Group, 2008
  • Clouds Aren’t a Silver Bullet
    SOURCE: Make ITGreen, GreenPeace, March 2010
    SOURCE: “Green Cloud Computing, Balancing Energy In Processing, Storage, and Transport” ,JayantBalgia, Robert Ayre, Kerry Hinton, and Rod Tucker, IEEE, 2010
  • Applying ICT – The 15% Reduction Opportunity
    SOURCE: Smart2020: Enabling the Low Carbon Economy in the Information Age, The Climate Group, 2008
  • Climate Change Politics in the United States
  • The Changing Climate for Climate Change
  • The Good: American States
    SOURCE: Pew Center on Global Climate Change, Climate101-State Actions, January 2009
  • The Good: California
    Yes on 23
    Hell No! on 23
    $10.6M with 31% Vote
    $31.1M with 69% Vote
  • The Good: States and Cities
  • The Good: Universities
  • For Interactive Element, please see http://prezi.com/mt2zmpyvljz0/acuta-green/For Non-Interactive, please proceed to remaining slides
  • Campuses as Time Machines to Our ICT Future
  • My Home Town
  • Power in My Home Town
    Two Coal Fired Power Plants
    This one is the 4th Most Polluting CO2 Power Plant in US
    800 MW of Power, Most Shipped to Chicago
    Generator Alone is 40 MW
  • My Campus
    UC San Diego
  • Power on My Campus
    ~38 MW Co-Generation Facility
    Peak Demand of about 40 MW (Size of Generator of Coal Fired Plan in My Home Town)
    About 220 GWhr of Power Consumed Per Year, More Then SDSU, Qualcomm, and City of San Diego
  • My Campus is a Small Town and Can Be a Testbed for the Future
  • UCSD MicroGrid
  • UCSD Micro Climate
    SOURCE, DEMROES Project, http://maeresearch.ucsd.edu/kleissl/demroes/index.html
  • UCSD Solar Research
    Total Sky Imager
    SOURCE, DEMROES Project, http://maeresearch.ucsd.edu/kleissl/demroes/index.html
  • Building Power Measurement
    SOURCE, http://energy.ucsd.edu
  • CS&E Building Power Usage
    SOURCE, http://energy.ucsd.edu
  • CS&E Building Findings
    SOURCE, http://energy.ucsd.edu
  • Problems Spawn Innovation
    SOURCE, http://energy.ucsd.edu
  • Sleep Server Savings
    SOURCE, http://energy.ucsd.edu
  • Academic Innovation Leads to Spin-Offs
    SOURCE, http://www.sandiego.gov/mayor/news/
  • The Emerging Data Center Challenge
    SOURCE: HPCwire, Feature, June 15, 2010
  • The Emerging Data Center Challenge
    SOURCE: Michael Manos, Microsoft Research, 2009
  • The GreenLight Project
    SOURCE: GreenLight Project, http:greenlight.calit2.net
  • GreenLight Research Thrusts
    SOURCE: GreenLight Project, http:greenlight.calit2.net
  • GreenLight Terabyte Data TestWork Per Watt Measurement
    SOURCE: GreenLight Project,http:greenlight.calit2.net
  • Optimized Data Transfer, More Work Per Watt
    SOURCE: GreenLightProject, http:greenlight.calit2.net
  • Direct Current Power Test
    SOURCE: GreenLight Project,, http://www.calit2.net/newsroom/release.php?id=1730