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Power hungry technology continues to make the job of reducing global energy consumption harder than ever. By Mike Richardson.

The planet is almost glowing with an intense demand for power that energy generators can barely keep pace with. To help prevent your circuits from blowing, system power supply manufacturers are meeting growing environmental concerns by offering sophisticated power management designs that provide higher efficiencies through improved thermal management and the latest technological developments in digital control.
Representatives from nations around the world met at the United Nations general assembly in New York recently to discuss the threat of global warming. As a significant portion of the world’s electrical power plants operate on coal, gas, oil or other fossil fuels, reducing power consumption could contribute significantly to the reduction of worldwide carbon dioxide emissions.

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