The Green Grid Sustainable Computing Initiative (SCI) program, established in 2012, has successfully carried forward original Climate Savers efforts to enable organizations to opt into a commitment to procure energy efficient computing and networking equipment.
The Green Grid is pleased to announce that we are moving forward to develop an expanded resource efficiency pledge program focused on data centers and are retiring the successful SCI program (effective October 31, 2013). Please join with us to contribute to this new and exciting project of The Green Grid. You can find more information on this new effort on our Interest Groups page, and for non-members who would like to bring their expertise to this project, information regarding membership can be found here.
We thank you for your contributions to the SCI program, and for your commitment to resource efficiency.
We look forward to your participation as we evolve our resource efficiency efforts, and appreciate your ongoing support of The Green Grid. If you have any questions about these changes, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
History of The Green Grid SCI Program
The Green Grid Sustainable Computing Initiative (SCI) program enabled organizations to opt into a commitment to procure energy efficient computing and networking equipment and to use power management features in that equipment where possible. SCI was launched when Climate Savers Computing Initiative (CSCI) moved its programs and membership under The Green Grid brand. The two organizations combined resources and industry expertise to create a single, global organization working to address energy efficiency and sustainability issues across the entire computing ecosystem, leveraging CSCI’s strengths in computing and networking devices and TGG’s leadership in data centers.