We're facing the rising electricity challenge head-on.
One page at a time.

Rising to the global energy challenge

As electricity consumption accelerates around the world,
it's time to think about what we can all do to reduce our electricity usage.

Small changes can make a big difference

Saving electricity through small, everyday adjustments can amount to big, meaningful change.

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What can we do?

Why switch to Heat-Free Technology?

At Epson, we're focusing on changing the way we consume electricity. Switching to Heat-Free Technology, which uses no heat in the ink ejection process, delivers lower power consumption and improved performance.

That means every time you use one of our inkjet printers, you're taking a step in the right direction.

The benefits of Heat-Free Technology *

Make the switch. Meet the challenge.

Less power consumption saves electricity and money

Heat-Free Technology uses less power because it doesn't use heat to warm up. As inkjets have no fuse unit to heat, this results in significantly less electricity consumption.

Start printing quickly

As Heat-Free Technology requires no heat to warm up, printing starts immediately when the printer is switched on or woken from sleep.

Fewer replacement parts, lower environmental impact

Laser printers typically have more consumables and require periodic replacement of the drum, transfer belt and fuse in many cases. Thanks to Heat-Free Technology, our inkjet printers use fewer parts that need replacing.

Less intervention increases productivity

The Heat-Free structure of Epson inkjet printers means that there are fewer parts that can fail, which reduces the amount of intervention required.

* This explanation is only applicable for MicroPiezo fundamental advantage in principle. Product performance may vary.

  1. 1 Total final consumption of electricity from IEA World Energy Balances Highlights (2022)
  2. 2 Total final consumption of electricity with NetZero scenario base from IEA World Energy Outlook 2022 Free Dataset
  3. 3 (1) Total final consumption of electricity in OECD countries - 9,461,797 GWh in OECD countries. Population is 1,370,360,714. Total electricity per person is 6,905 kWh. Source:
    Total final consumption of electricity from IEA World Energy Balances Highlights (2022)
    (2) OECD population - 1,370,360,714 Source : UN population (3) The Tesla Model Y was
    the world's most popular plug-in electric vehicle with worldwide unit sales of roughly 771,300 in 2022. Source: Tesla Model Y fuel economy data source
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