The Solar Impulse Foundation and its partners are joining forces in order to accelerate the adoption of clean and profitable solutions for the information and communications technology (ICT) sector.Submit your solution
The Solar Impulse Foundation and its partner Deutsche Telekom are joining forces in order to accelerate the adoption of clean and profitable solutions for the information and communications technology (ICT) sector. The Partnership will be oriented to identify and promote technologies which positively impact the reduction in Carbon Emissions, Energy Management & Efficiency, Circular Design, Digital Devices collection & recycling. All of these clean, efficient and economically feasible solutions will be made available to the ICT-industry to build a more sustainable future and our partners will implement those which are relevant.
How can we use the power of digital technologies to accelerate the ecological transition while reducing its impact on the environment?
Accelerate the IT ecological transition
Identify, find and give visibility to clean and efficient ICT solutions to accelerate the sector's ecological transition. It is essential to rely on solutions that have a positive impact on the ecology.'
Develop a green IT environment
The involvement of all the actors of the ICT sectors is essential to increase the energetic efficiency and to achieve the sustainable ICT goals. The increase of the energetics requirements must be offset by the improvement of energy efficiency.
Design Sustainable ICT services and process
Consider the importance of ecology in the creation process of new services and products. The criteria of ecology, sustainability and energy efficiency must become mandatory.
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