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by Susan Twombly, Feb. 2009

Want to use less energy while you get more performance out of every watt? It’s possible with these top tips for reducing your IT energy consumption – gathered from people across HP.

Kick off your power-saving action plan with HP products designed for energy-efficiency from the start. Then, take it further with practical solutions, strategies and tools that can make it easier to reduce energy usage – from mobile devices and desktops to the data center and throughout your printing and imaging environment.

»‘Top tips for performance and power efficiency in the data center’

You don’t have to sacrifice performance for energy efficiency

  • Analyze and plan your power-saving strategy
  • Implement your plan for energy-optimized performance
  • Measure, control and recapture power
  • Consolidate and virtualize for less consumption, more growth

»‘Top tips for power-efficient printing and imaging’

Focus energy-saving efforts on your imaging and printing fleet

  • Calculate your power-saving potential
  • Select ENERGY STARŪ qualified HP solutions
  • Consume less energy automatically
  • Consolidate to cut energy usage

»‘Top tips for power-efficient personal computing’

Help curb end-user energy consumption

  • Evaluate your impact
  • Choose proven power savers
  • Monitor and manage desktop energy
  • Consider alternative architectures

Related links:

» HP Eco solutions
» HP and energy efficiency
» HP Eco labels
» HP ENERGY STAR qualified products
» More energy-saving tips
» Video: Designing for the environment: How may resources be preserved?
» HP Unveils Renewable Energy Research Initiatives; Pledges to Double Renewable Power Use by 2012
» HP Honored by U.S. EPA for Conserving Energy and Lowering Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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