As we have seen before, as with the Last Government and all its talk about being the Greenest Government and how it “Leads the way” in Europe over Green Policy, once again we are seeing the Green Agenda “Hi-JACKED” in the persuit of Power. Is this another example of how […]Share on Facebook
Because the service is delivered over a fibre-optic cable from the exchange to the new fibre cabinet close to your property, this service will offer a much higher speed than any ADSL or ADSL2+ service (including LLU) currently on the market. Most properties are going to be within 500 metres […]Share on Facebook
Data centres use vast amounts of electricity to run their computer equipment and also to keep it cool (as most Green ISP Fans will already have been made aware). Environmental group Greenpeace has estimated that their total global energy use will have reached 2 trillion kw/h by 2020. Facebook says […]Share on Facebook
ISPs argue that the prices set by BT are four to five times higher than their underlying costs. BT said that its prices were reasonable and laid down the gauntlet to rivals. Green ISP agrees with BT Wholesale, they have to recoup thier investment somehow, otherwise BT,s competitors should do […]Share on Facebook
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Speaking from the charity’s West Africa offices in Burkina Faso, he explains how trees are vital for poor rural villages to survive in the long-term.
“We are looking at ways to promote sustainable agriculture and agroforestry,”Share on Facebook
A new form of computing memory which could lead to faster starting, user-friendly computers has been developed by US researchers. The device, developed by a team at North Carolina State University, claims to combine the advantages of two commons forms of memory used today. (Read more …) TweetShare on FacebookShare on Facebook