Green Electronics Council (GEC)'s Jeff Omelchuk talks Green PCs

Jeff Omelchuk, founder and executive director of the Green Electronics Council (GEC) talks about the work that he, Microsoft, and the PC industry are doing to make sure that customers have easy access to green PC hardware. Jeff gave a lot of insight into GEC and their efforts to educate consumers, enterprises, government agencies and technology […]

Jeff Omelchuk, founder and executive director of the Green Electronics Council (GEC) talks about the work that he, Microsoft, and the PC industry are doing to make sure that customers have easy access to green PC hardware. Jeff gave a lot of insight into GEC and their efforts to educate consumers, enterprises, government agencies and technology companies about why “going green” is so important. Be sure to visit EPEAT to find yourself the perfect green PC! “EPEAT is a green purchasing program for electronics that currently covers laptops, desktops and monitors. Another program of GEC is a partnership with Yale University for a forum for defining sustainable information and communications technology - we want to figure out a definition and a model of what that might be.”

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