Solutions for Energy Management & Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) in ICT field

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Solutions for Energy Management & Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) in ICT field

Thursday, April 27, 2017

On 27 April 2017 organised its 5th webinar. The webinar was all about helping you better manage energy consumed by ICT and showing how Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) can guide you in making your ICT more sustainable. Anyone who wants to become more sustainable in ICT should watch this really informative webinar.

There are many ways to become smarter on how we manage the energy we need when using ICT. In fact, becoming sustainable in ICT doesn’t mean necessarily that we should only focus on the energy consumed by ICT. We shall also take into account the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of all ICT components, that is analyse environmental impacts associated with all the stages of a product's life, from raw material extraction through materials processing, manufacture, distribution, use, repair and maintenance, and disposal or recycling. The following speakers will give you insights on how to make your ICT more sustainable.

Jean-Marc Alberola, Group Energy Strategy leader at Airbus & Vice Chairman of ETSI ISG OEU (Industry Specification Group Operational Energy Efficiency For Users). Jean-Marc spoke about the work developed by ETSI ISG-OEU, operative KPIs that enable the monitoring of the energy management performance in data centres and ICT sites. After a short description of the global KPI DCEM, the presentation focused on the implementation of these KPI’s in an industrial area of corporate ICT sites.

Fadri Casty & Tereza Lévová, both from EcoInvent, the world's most consistent & transparent Life Cycle Inventory database. The ecoinvent database provides well documented process data for thousands of products, helping you make truly informed decisions about their environmental impact. Fadri and Tereza demonstrated the value of doing LCA on ICT equipment.

Berina Delalic, from multEE will introduce the Monitoring & Verification Platform (MVP), a web based tool developed to calculate and store data about energy and CO2 savings resulting from implemented energy efficiency measures. Having in mind central role of ICT especially in the commercial sector, some methods are developed for improving ICT’s energy efficiency, and therefore achieving CO2 emission reduction. The presentation will demonstrated how MVP can be used for measuring results from the activities that enable more efficient use of energy for ICT in commercial buildings.

The webinar was moderated by Silvana Muscella (Project Coordinator of and CEO of Trust-IT Services) who has broad experience in stimulating topics in the ICT sector. In recent years, her drive has been in getting her team to turn its expertise into developing useful ICT tools and services for smaller companies, like Trust-IT, in the ICT areas for energy efficiency, cloud procurement and cybersecurity, and providing online tools for making cloud computing easier for novices especially.

The 1 hour webinar is free and open to all

Why should you watch the webinar?

  • Learn how to start making your ICT more sustainable;
  • See how you can manage better the energy consumption of your ICT;
  • Start benefiting from the advantages of improved energy efficiency and reduced energy costs;
  • Absolutely free to join and in 1 hour you’ll have a clear picture of how to improve your energy efficiency in ICT.

The webinar is for any European ICT player that needs to improve its energy efficiency in ICT.

Solutions for Energy Management and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) in the ICT field


Silvana Muscella - CEO & Founder Trust-IT Services

Silvana Muscella is CEO & founder of Trust-IT Services. She tackles high-level strategy building, business acquisition, coordination and strategic marketing and communication developments in ICT, namely in cloud computing tools & services & cybersecurity, ICT in energy efficiency. Has played an instrumental role in connecting stakeholders around standardisation efforts in distributed computing (namely, IEEE, ETSI, OGF, SNIA, DMTF, OASIS, ITU-T) & excellent relations with NIST. Currently Coordinator of, the EU framework for energy & environmental efficiency in the ICT sector. Among her appointments, she is an ACM professional member, member of the Green Grid, member of ECSO & IEEE InterCloud Computing Initiative.


Jean-Marc Alberola - Airbus & ETSI

Jean-Marc Alberola is the Group Energy Strategy leader at Airbus. He coordinates a team of Energy experts for the Airbus group sites in Europe (68 sites). In his role, he is responsible for articulating the “VISION 2020” and the Energy Management strategy. To fulfil this mission Jean-Marc is at the origin of the Airbus group Energy Network and has designed the Energy Strategy for the group. Jean-Marc is an experienced industry professional in both Manufacturing and IT processes and building construction. He has experience over 15 years at an international engineering company working as an HVAC and IT engineer and project manager. He joined Airbus in 2003 where he created the role of Energy Manager and its development across Airbus group in Europe. In addition of is professional activity Jean-Marc is Vice Chairman of ETSI ISG OEU (Industry Specification Group Operational Energy Efficiency For Users) and participates to EC Standardization mandate M/462 addressed to CEN, CENELEC and ETSI in the field of ICT to enable efficient energy use in fixed and mobile information and communication networks.

Fadri Casty - EcoInvent

As Head of Sales & Business Development, Fadri is responsible for the worldwide sales of LCI database and is the driving force for ecoinvent's strategic development of new markets, products and services. Fadri holds a Master's degree in the Science of Communications from the University of Zurich and has over 15 years of experience in marketing high-quality, Swiss electronics products as sustainable solutions for international public transport. From a small start-up company that became a globally operating SME, he played a decisive role in shaping every stage of development as a marketing and sales manager.

Tereza Lévová - EcoInvent

As Project Manager Tereza works on a variety of projects having the same objective; the overall improvement of the ecoinvent database on the technical level. Tereza is responsible for internal data creation, improvement of the existing datasets, technical review of datasets provided by external data providers as well as the database – wide updates (prices, properties, classification, water use, etc.). She also supports both the data providers submitting datasets and the users of the database. Tereza graduated with a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark. Already during her studies she laid a strong focus on LCA. Her master thesis focused on the development of LCIA methodology for the assessment of impacts of water use. Currently she is working hard on improving her German.

Berina Delalic - multEE

Berina Delalić is a technical expert for project Open Regional Fund for South-East Europe – Energy Efficiency implemented by GIZ in Western Balkan countries, and a Component Leader at multEE project financed through Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme. Within the activities of GIZ’s Open Regional Fund for SEE related to energy efficiency action plans in SEE countries, she is supporting responsible authorities in establishment of web tool for monitoring and verification of EE measures (MVP). The tool is also adapted for usage in EU countries through multEE project and it is currently being tested in four EU countries and one non-EU Balkan Country. In parallel, Berina is engaged at the Mechanical engineering faculty in Sarajevo (University of Sarajevo) as a teaching and research assistant for subjects related to thermodynamics and heat and mass transfer.

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