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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

The energy and greenhouse-gas implications of internet video streaming in the United States - Abstract - Environmental Research Letters - IOPscience - 0 views

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    [# ! Via Francisco Manuel Hernandez Sosa's FB...] OPEN ACCESS Arman Shehabi1, Ben Walker2 and Eric Masanet2 "Letters The rapid growth of streaming video entertainment has recently received attention as a possibly less energy intensive alternative to the manufacturing and transportation of digital video discs (energys). This study utilizes a life-cycle assessment approach to estimate the primary energy use and greenhouse-gas emissions associated with video viewing through both traditional energy methods and online video streaming. Base-case estimates for 2011 video viewing energy and CO2(e) emission intensities indicate video streaming can be more efficient than energys, depending on energy viewing method. "
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    OPEN ACCESS Arman Shehabi1, Ben Walker2 and Eric Masanet2 "Letters The rapid growth of streaming video entertainment has recently received attention as a possibly less energy intensive alternative to the manufacturing and transportation of digital video discs (energys). This study utilizes a life-cycle assessment approach to estimate the primary energy use and greenhouse-gas emissions associated with video viewing through both traditional energy methods and online video streaming. Base-case estimates for 2011 video viewing energy and CO2(e) emission intensities indicate video streaming can be more efficient than energys, depending on energy viewing method. "
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    [# ! Via Francisco Manuel Hernandez Sosa's FB...] OPEN ACCESS Arman Shehabi1, Ben Walker2 and Eric Masanet2 "Letters The rapid growth of streaming video entertainment has recently received attention as a possibly less energy intensive alternative to the manufacturing and transportation of digital video discs (energys). This study utilizes a life-cycle assessment approach to estimate the primary energy use and greenhouse-gas emissions associated with video viewing through both traditional energy methods and online video streaming. Base-case estimates for 2011 video viewing energy and CO2(e) emission intensities indicate video streaming can be more efficient than energys, depending on energy viewing method. "
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