Started in 2007, the Climate Savers Computing Initiative is a nonprofit group of eco-conscious consumers, businesses and conservation organizations. The group is dedicated to promoting smart technologies that can improve the power efficiency and reduce the energy consumption of computers. Participating manufacturers commit to producing products that meet specified power-efficiency targets, and members commit to purchasing power-efficient computing products. The average desktop PC wastes nearly half the power delivered to it. With your help, this effort will lead to a 50 percent reduction in power consumption by computers by 2010, and committed participants could collectively save $5.5 billion in energy costs.
Protecting the environment is a key value in “The Fujitsu Way,” the Fujitsu corporate value statement. We are committed to reducing the environmental impact of our products, conserving energy and natural resources, and eliminating the use and production of hazardous substances and waste.
Fujitsu is taking real steps in response to the global climate change crisis with an effective and fiscally sound commitment to corporate and individual environmental responsibility. We recognize that we are just at the beginning of a long and sustained effort to “go green.”
As a sponsor of the Climate Savers Computing Initiative, Fujitsu plays a leading role in the effort to reduce energy consumption by computers. Fujitsu participates in marketing workgroup meetings, provides strategic guidance and contributes to the technical direction of the initiative. Through the Initiative, Fujitsu has also made an organization-wide commitment to use energy-efficient computers and servers, as well as activating power management settings across all employee computers.
Fujitsu currently offers notebooks and PCs that meet or exceed the green standards of Energy Star® and the Climate Savers Computing Compliant Initiative.
The following Fujitsu notebooks and PCs are compliant with the Climate Savers Computing Initiative: