“Acer’s goal is to be the leading sustainable device manufacturer in the industry and to support our customers to deliver meaningful change aligned to CO2 reduction. Achieving our sustainability goals requires partnerships industry wide and also importantly with independent experts like Px3 “. A case study examining the Px3 sustainability project for Acer, including the scientific lab and field testing of their Chromebooks. Read the full case study here.
“Px3’s report gave us the actual figures….and benchmarked a 32 percent reduction in energy with the move to Citrix and Acer Chromebooks – building on previous Px3 research about Chrome OS and energy savings.” “We received clear metrics from actual energy usage – that way, we have a level of assurance and confidence that we can validate our sustainability objectives.”
Google’s case study highlights Px3‘s findings and the results of the two Councils’ investment in a flexible and sustainable solution. The case study and video “Sustainability starts locally in Kingston and Sutton with Chrome OS, Acer, Px3, and Citrix” can be viewed here.
Assessing the Carbon Footprint of the MoD
“Px3 undertook a carbon footprint assessment of the IT operations of the MoD for Defence Digital in an independent consultancy exercise which covered datacentres, end user computing devices and other ICT equipment such as phones, printers / imaging devices. The report produced identified the GHG emissions and also provided a benchmark against the MoD’s own reporting. More than half of the GHG emissions from IT equipment was identified as being caused by the operation of on-premise datacentres. In total the report found that IT at the MoD is currently producing over 100,000 metric tonnes of GHG emissions annually and that a mature forest of over 120,000 acres (an area larger than the Isle of Wight) would be required to remove this amount of pollution from the atmosphere.“ Grant Morley, MSc MBA Defence Digital, Strategic Command, Directorate Strategy and Military Digitisation-Strategy and Planning-Sustainability Policy
Google use Px3’s metrics to demonstrate the environmental benefits of lower-energy devices for their customers. Read the article here.
Working with IGEL, PX3 undertook testing and benchmarking to determine the emissions savings achievable by extending the life of devices and repurposing them using IGEL OS. Read the article here.
Px3 has provided Prime Computer with science-based metrics to demonstrate the energy-efficiency of their devices. Read the full article here.
An article published as part of The Guardian’s ethical supplement coverage of COP26 looks at the sustainability investment made by Acer into product and channel enablement, including Px3’s testing, benchmarking and online calculators. Read the article here.
Sustainability Assessment for the University of Sussex
“Px3 conducted an analysis of the GHG emissions from our EUC estate. The information provided has been useful from an operational perspective and will also be helpful as we plan the next phase of our EUC strategy.” Peter Collier, Assistant Director, Strategy and Architecture, IT Services, University of Sussex
Working with Consenna on Acer’s Green Rewards initiative meant Px3 creating an online calculator to examine the potential benefits of using lower-energy devices to replace legacy equipment. Read the full article here.
“We presented the Px3 findings at our last climate emergency meeting. It was the first time we’d had such detailed information about our carbon footprint and it was really good that IT had significantly more information about emissions than any other department and a clear roadmap for the future.” The original Px3 case study featuring the business and environmental benefits delivered by combining Acer Chromebooks, Google Chrome Enterprise and Citrix can also be read here.
Is it possible for organisations to slash their carbon emissions, provide secure flexible working, deliver excellent user experience and reduce costs? Read the article here to find out more.