Wednesday, March 9, 2011

HP Claims 50% Improvement in Energy Efficiency of Products since 2005

HP has reduced the energy consumption of its products by 50% compared to its offerings in 2005. This is nine months ahead of the aggressive energy-reduction goals made by the company in 2009.

HP also unveiled energy savings research and analysis showing that if all makes and models of printers, notebook and desktop PCs, displays and servers shipped in 2005 were recycled and replaced with new HP energy-efficient models, customers could save approximately $10.4 billion in energy costs, and avoid more than 40 million metric tons of CO2 emissions within a year.