Press release from Bristol University, 15 July 2013

Developing greener software and technology is crucial for ensuring people and organisations reduce their impact on the environment. A new project hopes to enable the development of greener IT products by providing the energy consumption information of computer systems early in the software design phase.

The collaborative European research team, including a team of seven researchers at the University of Bristol led by Dr Kerstin Eder from the Department of Computer Science, have been awarded €2.1 million by the European Commission for the three-year project, known as ENTRA (Whole-Systems ENergy TRAnsparency).

The full text of the press release from Bristol University can be found here and the Bristol University research team below.