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By,
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S. Rajeswari.
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Introduction
Why Green Computing?
Pathways to Green Computing
Goals of Green Computing
Advantages of Gr...
• Green computing is the study and practice of using computing
resources efficiently.
• It can be described as the environ...
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Save Money.
Save energy.
Save in cooling.
Reduce carbon emissions.
Save space in server room
and desktop.
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Green Use.
Green Disposal.
Green Design.
Green
Manufacturing.
 Cut down the amount of energy used.
 Minimize the harmful materials.
 Biodegradable materials.
 Extend as far as poss...
 Reduce Energy Usage.
 Conserving Resources.
 Reduces The Risk.
 Saving The Energy.
 Saving The Planet.
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E-Waste Recycling.
Energy Consumption/Energy Efficiency.
Data Center.
IT Products and eco-labeling.
• Buy "Energy Star" labeled desktops monitors, laptops,
and printers.
• Put laptops in "sleep" mode when not in use.
• Turn OFF computers and other equipment when not
in use.
• E-cycling is generally practiced to reduce the amount
of electronic components that are discarded when
users purchase ne...
• Buy the new "Smart Strip" power strip.
• The Smart Strip actually senses how much power
your computer peripherals use.
• Print smart or don’t print at all. Don’t waste papers.
• Use E-Mail services and File sharing technology for
Communicati...
• Proper use of the system devices like the monitors.
• Instead of using the CRT monitor you can adapt the
LCD.
• Electronic Waste:
 Use the campus network where
possible to transfer files.
 Use USB memory sticks instead
of CDs, DVD...
• Green business opportunities provide consumers with
ecologically sound products and services.
• The greenest computer wi...
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  1. 1. By, G. Rajalakshmi, S. Rajeswari.
  2. 2. • • • • • • • • • Introduction Why Green Computing? Pathways to Green Computing Goals of Green Computing Advantages of Green Computing Current trends in Green Computing Experience Report Best - Practices Conclusion
  3. 3. • Green computing is the study and practice of using computing resources efficiently. • It can be described as the environmentally responsible usage of computer systems and related resources. • It defines as  Designing  Manufacturing  Disposing of computers  Servers Associated subsystems
  4. 4. • • • • • Save Money. Save energy. Save in cooling. Reduce carbon emissions. Save space in server room and desktop.
  5. 5. • • • • Green Use. Green Disposal. Green Design. Green Manufacturing.
  6. 6.  Cut down the amount of energy used.  Minimize the harmful materials.  Biodegradable materials.  Extend as far as possible the life of the equipment.
  7. 7.  Reduce Energy Usage.  Conserving Resources.  Reduces The Risk.  Saving The Energy.  Saving The Planet.
  8. 8. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ E-Waste Recycling. Energy Consumption/Energy Efficiency. Data Center. IT Products and eco-labeling.
  9. 9. • Buy "Energy Star" labeled desktops monitors, laptops, and printers.
  10. 10. • Put laptops in "sleep" mode when not in use.
  11. 11. • Turn OFF computers and other equipment when not in use.
  12. 12. • E-cycling is generally practiced to reduce the amount of electronic components that are discarded when users purchase new components.
  13. 13. • Buy the new "Smart Strip" power strip. • The Smart Strip actually senses how much power your computer peripherals use.
  14. 14. • Print smart or don’t print at all. Don’t waste papers. • Use E-Mail services and File sharing technology for Communication.
  15. 15. • Proper use of the system devices like the monitors. • Instead of using the CRT monitor you can adapt the LCD.
  16. 16. • Electronic Waste:  Use the campus network where possible to transfer files.  Use USB memory sticks instead of CDs, DVDs, or floppies. Use re-writable CDs and DVDs.
  17. 17. • Green business opportunities provide consumers with ecologically sound products and services. • The greenest computer will not miraculously fall from the sky one day; it’ll be the product of years of improvements.
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