In recent years, the need for low power electronic components has grown rapidly. While electronic devices and their power supplies are shrinking, the tasks they are required to execute are becoming more and more complicated and power consuming. Though there are numerous RISC processors on the market, each with its own focus (size, speed, functionality etc.), there are no vendor-specific low power FPGA based RISCs. In this paper, summarize our attempt to design such a RISC processor and present a power comparison between a regular and a low power version of the same RISC processor.