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Green Policies Pick Up Steam

By Brian P. Watson  |  Posted 08-06-2008 Print

Green Policies Pick Up Steam
Nearly half of U.S. companies now have formal "green" IT initiatives, and many without such initiatives have companywide environmentally friendly policies--particularly in carbon-emitting industries such as manufacturing, transportation, energy and defense. Halfway through 2008, nearly half of companies have largely achieved their goals. Green IT programs have had a strong beneficial effect--especially on power consumption, which is bound to make them popular in an age of exploding energy prices. Analysis by Guy Currier


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