|Savings||acres of trees planted||barrels of oils conserved||cars taken off the road||tons of CO2 removed|
|Name||Monitor On(watts)||Monitor Standby(watts)||Computer On(watts)||Computer Standby(watts)||Workstation Count||Energy Saved(kWh)||Savings($)*|
|Workstation Name||Tags||IP Address||MAC Address||Policy||Monitor Standby(days)||Computer Standby(days)||Computer Off(days)||Energy Saved(kWh)||Energy Consumed(kWh)||Savings($)*|
*If Windows Power Management settings are enabled or any other 3rd party power saving measures are being used in the organization, then the actual power saving may be lower than that shown in the report.
Let’s say that Power Save and Windows Power Management are configured to put the computer on Standby at 10 pm and 11 pm respectively. Assuming Power Save takes action at 10 pm and puts the computer on Standby, the Power Save Reports take credit for savings from the moment the computer goes on Standby up to when the computer wakes up. Only workstations that have Power Save installed for the specified date range will be displayed.