Jami allows "eco-friendly local digital exchanges"?

I had this question hidden in a previous post (Is Jami limiting itself to local exchanges as soon as possible?)
As jami is p2p and acts without any central server, I imagine that the energy consumption (“say Carbon footprint” for better audience :wink: ) of local video chats and files exchange (@home for instance) should be far better compared to the usual solutions (Skype, Teams, Zoom, WhatsApp, …)
Does anybody confirm this ?
Why isn’t it more “visible” as advertising claim for Jami and (if any) other similar solution?
Thanks for any feedback, maybe I’m wrong, either about this “energy intuition” or about Jami way or working ?

In other words, even if it is obvious for many, the eco-friendlyness of Jami is not highlighted (even not visible at all) in both:

=> why not add a 9th advantage like that for instance?

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