London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 18, 2009 -- Companies are increasingly implementing energy efficient computer systems and procedures in an attempt to cut their carbon emissions and save money, according to businessgreen.com. There has been a growing emphasis on going green, with the financial downturn forcing businesses to look at cost-cutting measures while at the same time dealing with tightening regulations thanks to the introduction of carbon credits. Businessgreen.com editor James Murray explained that cutting energy use has multiple benefits for businesses. `The idea of greater controls on energy - more automation to make sure that machines are turned off - is increasingly popular partly because of the environmental stuff but largely because of the cost savings,` he said. `If you`re a big bank with a fleet of tens of thousands of PCs, that becomes millions of pounds worth of energy savings, so those types of controls are becoming very popular. `Businessgreen.com is a multimedia publication from Incisive Media, which is also responsible for Accountancy Age and jobs.com.
Companies More Focused On Green IT
Carbon Advice Group Plc
Berkeley Square House
London W1J 6BD
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Press Release Submitted On: February 18, 2009 at 11:06 am
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