Japan's first
Japan's first notebook PC to take part in the Green Power Certification System as of April 21, 2009, per Fujitsu's research.
 Green Power Certification System
An arrangement in Japan where a certificate-issuing body, certified by the Green Energy Certification Center, issues a Green Power Certificate for electricity generated using renewable resources, and these certificates can then be purchased.
 Electricity consumed over operating lifespan
Based on Fujitsu's assumption of 240 days of operation per year, over four years, calculated based on 45.55 kilowatt-hours per PC.
 Green power
Power generated from renewable sources including wind, sun, biomass, etc.
 International ENERGY STAR Program
International energy conservation system for office equipment adopted in seven countries and regions.
 18 kg of CO2 emissions
CO2 basic units calculated by Fujitsu based on industry data.
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Date: 21 April, 2009
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