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1 LG ICT Conference 2012 ICT and Sustainability Kristina Cockbill Lead Sustainability Consultant, Victoria Fujitsu Australia Limited Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

2 Agenda Fujitsu – who are we? ICT & Sustainability - where are we? Benchmarking, maturity and performance Your Footprint The Enterprise ICT Energy Sustainability & ICT Enablement Where are we going? 1 Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

3 FUJITSU the Japanese ICT company 2 Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

4 3 ICT Sustainability – Where are we? Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

5 4 Source : Gartner/HP/McKinsey/WWF 3% GHG Emissions from ICT Sector 3% GHG Emissions from Aviation Sector ICT Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG) & Equipment 6% GHG Emissions from ICT Sector in 2020 Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

6 Carbon Price & Energy Costs 5 Direct Cost - $23 per tonne of CO 2 e Mining, Energy Generators, Landfill Indirect Costs Energy Cost increases 50% increase since 2010 Projections of 25% annually till 2015 What does that mean for me? Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

7 6 Benchmarking, Maturity and Performance ICT Sustainability: The Global Benchmark Report Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

8 2nd Report measuring ICT Sustainability 7 Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED Fujitsu’s second global report assessing the ICT Sustainability maturity in End User organizations 1,000 responses ~ Australia, Canada, China, India, New Zealand, United Kingdom and the United States of America Surveys include 80 questions about ICT Sustainability attitudes policy, behaviour and technology Organisations span industries and categorised in the results

9 Measuring ICT Sustainability maturity 8 Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

10 Key Findings 9 1. ICT Sustainability has declined since 2010 was 56.4 now 54.3 6. Metrics is still the lowest component and Equipment Lifecycle the best performing 3. Size Matters, typically larger organizations perform better 7. Best Practice is possible, 80 or above. One wholesaler in the USA scored 97.0 2. Visibility of the ICT power bill is low with only 14.2% including it in the budget 5. The best performing industry is ICT/Media/Com ms except in Canada its Manufacturing 4. The leading country is Canada on a score of 60.3 Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

11 10 Your Footprint Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

12 Enterprise Current State 11 LG ICT Initiatives Sustainability framework & KPIs Data Centre project Utility Billing Management System Bayer - Carbon Management Partnered with EcoView for Cloud based for energy & emissions Management Detailed measure to the individual, travel or vehicle Unit of output per tonne of CO 2 e Streamlined reporting – multiple sites & countries Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

13 Case Study – Universities Alliance Challenge To expand the ability of three leading Victorian Universities to support core activities of teaching and research with an IT infrastructure capacity that is both cost effective and which would reduce greenhouse gas emissions Solution Tier III data centre with advanced environmental features SLAs on PUE and renewable energy commitments Benefits The concepts of sustainable data centres and emissions control become a business reality Net emissions from services are lower Pooled data centre resources of the University Alliance has halved costs Demonstrable leadership in sustainability Fujitsu takes on responsibility for Universities‘ emissions under legislation “ The University’s decision to partner with Fujitsu was influenced by its demonstrated innovation in sustainability and its long-term commitment to developing sustainable data centre environments” – Edwina Cornish, Monash Senior Deputy, Vice-Chancellor Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED 12

14 Know your ICT Energy 13 Essential first step towards unlocking significant cost savings Efficient device lifecycle management Process improvements for energy management Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

15 Example Results – ICT Savings 14 Manufacturing 43% - Policies Transport 52% savings - Desktops Education 50% Data Centre Government 24% Desktop Energy Management Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

16 LG ICT - PC example 15 300 PCs = 23,700 PCs 50/50 split @ 0.15c per kWh Per Annum Energy0.49 MWh0.34 MWh Energy Costs$73.13$51.19 CO 2 e0.32 tonne0.2 tonne $1,473,192 each year Our ICT Sustainability framework experience = 20% savings $294,638 in energy per year 1,232 tonnes CO 2 e No accounting for energy price rises & other ICT Equipment e.g. printers, phones, VC 6,162 tonnes CO 2 e $883,915 over 3 years 3,697 tonnes CO 2 e over 3 years Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

17 Is the Cloud Green? 16 Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED Fujitsu Discussion Paper Cloud technology is certainly an enabling platform but its complicated However, a lot of people are overstating how green Cloud really is Very important to look at the net carbon when moving to Cloud Understanding where the Cloud is located is paramount How sustainable and energy efficient is the data centre in which the Cloud is located?

18 IT Equipment: Whole of Life 17 Legislation changes for product stewardship driven by lifecycle thinking Procurement and sustainability criteria Customer Point Of Sale (POS) Project: End of life management Replaced approx. 4000 POS units POS Operational Savings Net Greenhouse Gas Emissions saved Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

19 18 Sustainability & ICT Enablement Where are we going? Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

20 Legislation & Standards 19 Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED Expansion Carbon Price National Greenhouse & Energy Reporting (NGERS) 50 kilotonnes CO 2 e Energy Efficiency Opportunities (EEO) 500 gigajoules Identification leads to implementation National Australian Building Environment Rating System(NABERS) Existing tools for 7 building functions Newly developed for Data Centres Commercial Building Disclosure (CBD) Building Energy Efficiency Certificates (BEEC) Mandatory > 2,000 m 2

21 Map Ta Phut, Thailand Solving Pollution problems Post Tsunami Japan, developing Sustainable Smart City Solar Energy Efficiency Encouraging Smart Communities & Transport Tokyo Intelligent Traffic Management, monitoring traffic flow Cloud solution gathering sensor data & social media Logistics for business Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

22 21 Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED Smart Grid, Smart Business Kit Carson Electric, USA with 30,000 households Real-time wireless meter reading solution Remote Access Consumption Visibility Broadband Access Business Benefits: Reduce Costs Demand Pricing Innovation

23 Lend Lease, Convesso Apartments Needed to meet strict energy efficiency criteria Unique collaboration between Fujitsu and Switch Automation Fujitsu designed and implemented fibre based network infrastructure – single IP backbone Solution delivers real time usage of power while also integrating video intercom & lighting via one platform interface 22 Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

24 Case Study – Meridian Energy Who are they? New Zealand’s largest energy provider Sustainability Leader, 100% renewable energy What we did: ICT Sustainability Quick Start Benchmarked to Global Best Practice Detailed report outlining short, medium & long term strategies (Immediate: Up to 40% reduction of energy from End User Computing) ICT Foot Print using our own tools The Future: CIO agreed to achieve global best practice of 80 or above Fujitsu developing program in line with ICT Sustainability Framework “The whole Quick Start process was a real eye opener to the future possibilities of what is achievable in terms of sustainability in our ICT. The benchmark report really gave us something to strive for and showed us how to get there” – Alison Howe, Meridian Sustainability Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED 23

25 24 IBUKI Satellite Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

26 What Next? Know your ICT energy bill 25 Identify strategic savings opportunity Leverage ICT Enablement for business opportunities Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

27 Questions? Kristina Cockbill, Lead Sustainability Consultant, Victoria Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand Kristina.cockbill@au.fujitsu.com 26 Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

28 Further material Reports and Papers: Fujitsu ICT Sustainability - The Global Benchmark Report 2011 Fujitsu ICT Sustainability - The Global Benchmark Report 2011 Fujitsu Sustainability: Is The Cloud Green? Whitepaper Fujitsu Sustainability: Know your ICT Energy Fujitsu Sustainability: Quick Start Fujitsu Sustainability Consulting Lend Lease Case Study Meridian Energy Case Study About us: Sustainability: Our Heritage, Your Future www.fujitsu.com/au/sustainability 27 Copyright 2012 FUJITSU AUSTRALIA LIMITED

29 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU LIMITED 28


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