Help Save 750 Megawatt-Hours a Year
Earthle was created with the idea in mind that if we as humans ALL join together and make the smallest of changes in our daily lives we can have massive impacts on saving Mother Earth. If humans around the world were to start using Earthle it would save an estimated 750 Megawatt-hours a year.
When you search using Earthle, the results are powered by google.com so the search results provided by Earthle are the same as what you would get using google.com (the best search engine in the world).
How Can You Help?
We ask that you make a small change in your life to help future generations by using Earthle when searching on the Internet. If we all come together we can cause change for the better and save a ton of energy.
The best way to help is to simply use Earthle as your search engine:
In a January 2007 blog, Mark Ontkush, a leading expert in "green" computing calculated the following:
"Take at look at Google, who gets about 200 million queries a day. Let's assume each query is displayed for about 10 seconds; that means Google is running for about 550,000 hours every day on some desktop. Assuming that users run Google in full screen mode, the shift to a black background will save a total of 15 (74-59) watts. That turns into a global savings of 8.3 Megawatt-hours per day, or about 3000 Megawatt-hours a year. Now take into account that about 25 percent of the are CRTs, and at 10 cents a kilowatt-hour, that's $75,000, a goodly amount of energy and dollars for changing a few color codes."
Mark Onthkush inspired us to create Earthle.com and do our part to help make the world a more environmentally friendly place.