Unless you are capable of engineering a different power configuration for your laptop, I would say that your options are limited. Power conservation would be the only factor you could reasonably control. So I that basically leaves running the screen dimmer and turning it off when it’s not in use.
Scientists in Switzerland last year developed a way to use the excess heat produced by computers to warm office buildings. This is a significant development in energy efficiency with regard to computers.
Piggybacking off of what getwithrico said, unplug your power cord when not using your laptop. Even if a power cord is not attached to any device, it can still drain energy from the socket. The less energy you use overall, the better.
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