Computers may throw out waste heat when operating and eat up electricity on standby, but they can also help to save, rather than just consuming, energy. They can be used to monitor and manage heating and cooling systems in buildings, improve the energy efficiency of cars,...
Computers "are clearly a part of how we address issues including energy use and climate change", says Andrew Herbert, Managing Director, Microsoft Research Cambridge
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