Energy efficiency will be of even greater importance in the future and should be a main design target for all 5G radio access solutions.
White Paper focuses on the Energy Act 2011 which contains provisions to make it unlawful from April 2018 (April 2015 in Scotland) to rent property that does not hit minimum energy efficiency standards.
Water-related issues in shale drilling are leading to growing and complex policy and regulatory challenges and environmental compliance hurdles that could potentially challenge shale gas production expansion and increase operational costs.
This document, part of the Toolkit on environmental sustainability for the ICT sector from ITU-T, focuses on the main sustainability issues that companies face in using ICT products and services in their own organizations across four main ICT areas: data centers, desktop infrastructure, telecommunications networks and broadcasting services.
How to accelerate financial benefits from Corporate Sustainability Programmes: a Siemens and CA Technologies best practice guide
The sustainability chasm refers to the gap found between two distinct groups of organizations seeking to achieve their sustainability goals
How intuitive graphical data sets help lighting designers accurately predict power LED reliability in different operating environments.
International Solid Waste Association paper introduces an overview for decision makers who are considering investments in alternative thermal waste conversion technologies.
In 2012, as part of our public engagement and reporting on the Company’s contribution to society, GE sought to gain external insight on the role of technology in addressing sustainability challenges.
Microsoft recognises the challenges that data centre managers, cloud and IT service providers face as they struggle to support their businesses with rising costs and uncertainty about how to efficiently provide web-scale cloud infrastructures.
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