CES 2010: Greenpeace ranks IT energy-efficiency

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I just posted the article CES 2010: Greenpeace ranks IT energy-efficiency.

The Greenpeace environmental organization showed up at CES in Las Vegas to monitor the development of green technology on the show floor.

Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/ces-2010-greenpeace-ranks-it-energy-efficiency-24775/](http://www.myce.com/news/ces-2010-greenpeace-ranks-it-energy-efficiency-24775/)

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#2

I wonder if this ranking is even worth anything? Panasonic is in the red/middle range, however they were displaying tons of environmentally-friendly technologies at CES and are committed to developing additional power saving tech. They were one of the only companies I saw that had a huge area and focus on lowering power consumption.


#3

[QUOTE=Blu-rayFreak;2484738]I wonder if this ranking is even worth anything?[/QUOTE]
Dude! It’s greenpeace! If you can’t believe a bunch of drug smoking hippies that present unquantified data & bury facts/studies/data that detract from their stance, who can you believe?

I mean really! It’s obvious that the Japanese were out to run over that greenpeace speed boat. It’s not like greenpeace parked their speedboat in the path of a large unmaneuverable ship that was travelling at high speed, then fired up their engines when the Japanese ship attempted to turn to avert a collision … right? RIGHT?


#4

LOL, why is a software company rated on Greenpeace’s opinion of low-energy using products? Greenpeace’s attempt to influence the market is a naïve and sophomoric.
The marketplace is the driving force low-energy consuming products, and Greenpeace’s evaluation is of no consideration in product development.