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Cut energy costs and reduce emissions

Energy costs are rising, and presure on business to take more responsibilty for the environment is growing. Powerwise from Modus Interactive can cut PC energy costs by half.

To see how much you could save by using Powerwise to automatically shutdown PCs when they are not required, try out our online calculator.

Featured products

  • Powerwise

    powerwise 2009 boxDelivers emission and energy reductions through central control of networked PC power saving settings.

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  • Universal Management Service

    UMS2008DVDwCD.png UMS delivers a cost effective, flexible environment for developing and deploying managed desktops to both large and small businesses.



Case studies

  • Hampshire School sees 49% energy savings

    Costello Technology College were seeking a comprehensive, user friendly PC power saving solution that was secure and manageable, yet robust and scalable enough to grow with the needs of the college and their ICT requirements.

  • Surrey School sees a reduction of £1000s off their energy bill

    Powerwise provides a centralised solution to managing PC power, allowing Sunbury Manor to maximise energy savings without interfering with teacher or student productivity.

  • University of Surrey gets powerwise

    The University of Surrey I.T. Services has targets to reduce IT energy consumption without affecting quality of service, and chose Powerwise to provide centralised control of desktop power management.


Latest news

  • Powerwise 2012 released

    icon_news.gif News - 4th July 2012

    Modus are pleased to announce today that the latest version of their award winning PC power management software Powerwise has been released.

  • Durban COP17 - end of the first week

    icon_news.gif News - 2nd December 2011

    So little time, so many issues. At this point in a COP it is generally difficult to tell if substantial progress is being made.

  • Durban Climate Change Summit kicks off

    icon_news.gif News - 28th November 2011

    The Durban Climate Summit will see ministers and diplomats from almost 200 countries gather to try and deliver progress towards an international climate change deal.