What is clean technology? In its simplest form it is lowering the overall carbon footprint of an operation by reducing the power (energy) that is needed to sustain it. So, focusing on technology, examples of this include power-saving hardware features to reduce high energy consumption of equipment that operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Reviewing how we source the energy needed to maintain our business workstations and servers, and other integral parts of a business tech infrastructure. Looking closer at renewable energy projects and the potential to adopt solar or hydro-power energy sources. Clean technology will continue to be an important issue as businesses focus on the costs of high energy consumption to operate their technical infrastructures.
But what else can we all do today to create an environmentally friendly office and more mindful workplace with some lower cost implications.
Here’s 5 quick wins to help any office become more environmentally friendly:
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