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July 24 2009 Climate Savers Computing Initiative Launch of India Chapter Photographs :

Minister of State for Environment & Forests Shri Jairam Ramesh was Chief Guest and Dr. Ajay Mathur, Director-General Bureau of Energy Efficiency was Guest of Honour at the launch of the India Chapter of Climate Savers Computing Initiative (CSCI), a global programme that aims to promote technologies and practices for more efficient everyday computing for a greener earth. Nine leading companies and industry bodies including CII, DELL, HP, Intel, MAIT, Nasscom, TERI and WWF came together in announcing the India programmes that aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 4 million tons over the next three years - an amount equal to planting about 4800 sq.k.m of trees - through enabling technologies and practices for smarter everyday computing. Seen at the launch are (L-R), Mr. Rahul Bedi of Intel, Founder-Chairman CSCI India; Dr Ajay Mathur; Minister Jairam Ramesh; Dr. Pat Gelsinger special invitee representing CSCI global; and Mr Ravi Singh of WWF, Co-Chairman CSCI India.

The Climate Savers Computing Initiative (CSCI) launched its India Chapter with the coming together of nine leading companies and industry bodies in a broad effort organised to drive energy efficient computing. The programme aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 4 million tons over the next three years - an amount equal to planting about 4800 sq.k.m of trees - through enabling technologies and practices for smarter everyday computing. Seen at the launch are (L-R) Dr. Ajay Mathur, Director General, Bureau of Energy Efficiency; Mr R Ravichandran and Mr Praveen Vishakantaiah of Intel, Dr Pat Gelsinger, CSCI global special invitee; Ms. Seema Arora, Head CII-ITC centre for Sustainable Development; Ms. Annapurna Vancheswaran, Director TERI; Mr Faisal Paul, Head ESS, HP; Mr Maheh Bhalla, Director Consumer Business, DELL, Mr Rahul Bedi, first Chairman of CSCI India, and Mr Vinnie Mehta, ED MAIT.

 

 

 

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