Law firm Freshfields to save £85,000 in a year with PC power management

International law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has deployed the Surveyor power management from IT Energy ...

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International law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has deployed the Verdiem Surveyor power management system from IT Energy to cut power costs on its 5,600 PCs by 34%.

The move is expected to save the law firm £85,000 in the first year of use. In addition to saving nearly a megawatt of energy per year, the project will reduce company wide CO2 equivalent emissions by 4%.

"We have a global project to reduce our carbon footprint and working with IT Energy has helped us to make a substantial reduction in our energy consumption across our desktop PC environment," said Riaan Husselmann, programme manager at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.

"We looked at a number of solutions and providers and found IT Energy to be very focused on helping us achieve our goals, whilst minimising the impact on the day to day operations of our business."

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