Virtualhosting.com recently published a list of greening your computer from A-Z.
Just a few include:
Blackle: This black screen version of Google consumes less monitor energy than the regular white one.
The Green Data Project: This project encourages slimming down your unnecessary data for greener servers and more.
CO2Stats: Determine the carbon footprint of your site or blog based on traffic with this app.
Box: Use Box to upload client files instead of printing or sending a CD.
Skype: Use Skype to conduct virtual meetings and avoid wasteful transportation.
GreenPrint: GreenPrint offers an easy way to prevent the printing of extraneous information like banner ads, URLs, and legal disclaimers.
Spamato: Cut down on power-sucking spam with this app that will keep junk mail from hitting your inbox.
TigerTech: TigerTech uses only EnergyStar products, fluorescent lights, and donates to the CarbonFund yearly.
GreenestHost: This host was designed with eco-friendly storage in mind, offering solar power, low power servers, and more efficient management that allows the company to operate with fewer servers.
Iron Mountain: Just like GreenestHost, Iron Mountain is solar powered, making their energy usage clean and renewable.
Sustainable Hosting: Sustainable Hosting’s facility is powered in part by wind, saving approximately more than 32,000 pounds of CO2.
DreamHost: DreamHost operates on energy efficient servers, and purchases carbon emmission offsets for their servers and office waste.
For the full list, click here