Web Energy Archive Study : Website's energy consumption from user side

The infrastructure’s energy consumption of the Web (servers, data centers ...) could be in 2030, equivalent to global energy consumption in 2008. A less well known aspect is the energy consumption from users, that is to say consumption through the use of PCs, smartphones and tablets. For a year, the project Web Archive Energy , supported by ADEME, measured energy consumption of 600 websites through their users.

Green and Sustainable Software Needs New Models

Stefan NaumannGreen and Sustainable Software Needs New Models in order to classify, evaluate, and improve Sustainable Software Engineering

Within research in the context of ”Green (in) IT“ (ways to make ICT itself greener) and „Green by IT“ (possibilities to encourage environmental friendly movements by ICT) it turned out that, next to...

Vers un web 2, 3, 10 ou …109 fois moins énergivore ? Quelle est la marge d’amélioration ?

Quel peut être l'impact d'une démarche d'éco-conception sur la consommation électrique induite par le fonctionnement du web ? Quel est le domaine du possible ? Dans cet article, où nous présentons 6 incarnations techniques d'une même page web, nous indiquons l'ordre de grandeur de ce que l'on peut réaliser, dès aujourd'hui, côté serveur....

Are some languages ​​greener than others?

<p>The lifecycle of a computer application (expressing needs, specifications, cycle development / qualification, production, end use) is marked by decisions impacting significantly its overall environmental footprint.<br />
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Upstream of the development phase, is the choice of a programming language one of those decisions? In particular, has&nbsp;&nbsp;this choice a quantifiable impact on a software energy consumption?<br />
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We shall answer this last question in the limited context of a case study.</p>