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  • We can achieve energy innovation at three different levels.
    At the most basic level, it’s important to make products and components more energy efficient.
    HP sets ongoing design targets for our products, from PCs and printers to servers.
    However, that’s just the first step in the process. Our leadership in energy innovation really shines in developing technology solutions to improve our customers’ processes.
    HP Dynamic Smart Cooling energy management system is designed to reduce energy consumption related to cooling by 15 to 40 percent each year.
    When we take it a step further, we can help transform society to make our entire lives more energy effective.
    HP’s Halo Collaboration Studio simulates face-to-face meetings, enabling us to work collaboratively while reducing our business travel and avoiding CO2 emissions.
    HP also works with customers to reduce their environmental footprint, by helping them set up Halo VCS systems.
    HP offers a competitive advantage because of the value that comes from integrating energy-efficient products into energy-effective services.
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    1. 1. © 2008 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice HP Green Business Technology Initiative Inno vatio n be yo nd the datace nte r Anne Fe ldhuse n Marke ting Manag e r, HP Gre e n Busine ss Te chno lo g y Ke vin Co we n Pro je ct Manag e r, HP Re alEstate Wo rkplace Se rvice s
    2. 2. 2 January 29, 2015 DRAFT HP Green Business Technology Data Center Workplace HP Practices
    3. 3. 3 January 29, 2015 DRAFT Technology for better business outcomes Business Information Optimization Business Technology Optimization Adaptive Infrastructure Servers & storage Services Software Financial Services Communications Media & Entertainment Manufacturing & Distribution Public Sector Health & Life Sciences The foundation of the business technology portfolio Delivering the next-generation data center Optimize the business outcome of IT Capitalize on business information Better business outcomes = better environmental outcomes
    4. 4. 4 January 29, 2015 DRAFT HP’s approach to energy innovation Design energy- efficient products Improve energy efficiency of customer and HP operations Rethink energy use to transform society Energy efficient Energy effective
    5. 5. 5 January 29, 2015 DRAFT Managing increasing IT power costs with renewable sources • Energy costs, now about 10% of the average IT budget, could rise to 50% in a matter of years.* • Energy is one of HP's highest operational expenditures • The financial business case for renewables has changed substantially in recent years. * Rachael King, “Averting the IT energy Crunch,” BusinessWeek (May, 2007)
    6. 6. 6 January 29, 2015 DRAFT Managing increasing IT power costs with renewable sources • HP is installing a 1.2 MW system • The project will save HP approximately $750,000 in energy costs and earn renewable energy credits. • The installation will reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 16 million pounds during the next 15 years.
    7. 7. 7 January 29, 2015 DRAFT Managing increasing IT power costs with renewable sources • The HP system will be financed and owned by a third-party, which allows HP to take advantage of the financial benefits of solar with no upfront capital costs.
    8. 8. © 2008 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice The Implementation of HP San Diego Solar Panel Project
    9. 9. 9 January 29, 2015 DRAFT HP Solar System Facts • Number of photovoltaic panels = 6,256 • Type of panels: poly-crystalline silicon • Panels will be tilted 15 degrees (southerly exposure) • Approximate roof coverage ~65% • 25 year panel warranty • (4) 250kW Inverters
    10. 10. 10 January 29, 2015 DRAFT HP Bldg. 65The rooftops of HP San Diego
    11. 11. 11 January 29, 2015 DRAFT HP San Diego Site HP is installing1.2 megawatt solar electric power system on five buildings
    12. 12. 12 January 29, 2015 DRAFT Estimated Coverage
    13. 13. 13 January 29, 2015 DRAFT Underutilized Space
    14. 14. 14 January 29, 2015 DRAFT Typical T10 installation Low profile and lightweight design
    15. 15. 15 January 29, 2015 DRAFT T10 installation process •Solar modules which rest upon non-penetrating, EPDM rubber mounting feet. “No roof penetrations” means that the integrity of the roof is maintained. •Modular design speeds installation and allows for flexibility in deployment around roof obstructions. Low impact on existing buildings
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    17. 17. 17 January 29, 2015 DRAFT • HP extends the benefits of solar power to employees through a solar employee purchase program in the United States. * Rachael King, “Averting the IT energy Crunch,” Businessweek, (May, 2007) HP Employees Live Green
    18. 18. 18 January 29, 2015 DRAFT Solar System Installation Benefits • Business growth − The bottom line is the central focus of this project. With no upfront capital investment and immediate savings over current commercial electricity rates, this project meets or exceeds all of HP’s financial hurdles. • Environmental impact − HP will earn renewable energy credits as the installation will reduce carbon dioxide emissions by more than 1 million pounds per year, or nearly 16 million pounds during the next15 years. • Public perception − For decades HP has worked to manage its environmental impact by adopting environmentally responsible practices in its product development, operations and supply chain. This project is another step forward in HP striving to be a global leader in reducing its carbon footprint, limiting waste and recycling responsibly. • Employee incentive program − HP is extending benefits beyond its facilities to employees who will receive a $2,000 rebate through SunPower when using the SunPower Premier Dealer network for home installation. − In addition, HP will match the SunPower rebate of up to $2,000 per installation. This program has been received with much enthusiasm by employees who are actively looking for ways to reduce their individual environmental impact.