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Additional Information and Links

By Samuel Greengard  |  Posted 2010-08-13 Print this article Print

Return on investment is a key measure of Green IT's success. Energy prices, a recession and evolving public attitudes have altered the way businesses view energy-efficient technology. Savvy enterprises now recognize the benefits of going green.

For More Information

U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Star Data Center Energy Efficiency Initiatives: Provides comprehensive information about Energy Star systems, as well as benchmarking data and ratings. 

U.S. Department of Energy, Saving Energy in Data Centers: Offers information, case studies, software and more. 

Eco-IT Monitor: Provides a calculator for estimating annual data center energy costs and carbon footprint.

The Green Grid: A comprehensive resource for energy-saving initiatives, with white papers, calculators, guides, and other tools and resources. 

HP Energy & Resource Efficiency Services: Offers resources and information about green initiatives.

IBM Green IT Energy Efficiency Solutions: Includes Webcasts, videos, case studies and resources for green initiatives.  

Uptime Institute: Provides research reports and other resources relating to data center design.

Samuel Greengard is a freelance writer for Baseline.
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