US Bank Loses the Easy Energy Pounds

Button, Keith
February 2011
Bank Technology News;Feb2011, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p13
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the efforts by U.S. Bank in applying energy saving projects. It says that the bank has taken server virtualization project and will move for energy audit on its Minneapolis, Minnesota-based data center for consumption assessment. It cites that it will make dashboard analyses for possible saving opportunities on its portfolio. Moreover, the bank is looking for advanced energy tracking software following its use of Energy Star as an investment for energy efficiency programs.


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