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Apple’s New Campus Will Be Powered by Fuel Cell Technology

Apple’s New Campus Will Be Powered by Fuel Cell Technology

Apple, Home Depot Turn to Bloom Energy As Its Tech Advances Fortune, June 24, 2016 When Apple’s new massive campus, dubbed the Spaceship, opens for thousands of its employees next year in Cupertino, Calif., a small part of it will be powered by rows of big silver boxes containing fuel cells that generate energy through a

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Web-Scale Data Operators Trying to Deliver on Carbon-Neutrality Commitments

Cleaning Up Data Center Power is Dirty Work Data Center Knowledge, July 20, 2015. Image credit: Arthur Caranta Just this month, Facebook announced a 200 MW wind-power contract for its upcoming Texas data center, and Amazon said it had invested in a wind farm of similar capacity in North Carolina to address the energy use of

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Partnerships That Will Change the Way We Are Powered

NEWS: Apple and Hawaii go for 100% Renewable; AEE Members Make Headlines Advanced Energy Economy, May 15, 2015. Image credit: markusspiske Apple announced early this week that the company’s manufacturing supply chain will be entirely powered with renewable energy: solar, wind, biogas, fuel cells, geothermal, and small hydropower plants. Apple’s commitment to advanced energy isn’t new:

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Sizing Up the Internet’s Carbon Footprint

The Carbon Footprint of the Internet CustomMade, April 13, 2015. Image credit: geralt With 2.5 billion people connected to the Internet worldwide, the Internet’s energy and carbon footprint are estimated to exceed air travel. From manufacturing and shipping of computers to data use—the Internet is less green than you’d think. Learn about how the Internet is

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Internet Companies Embrace Clean Power

It’s arrived: The evolution of clean power & data centers Gigaom, February 18, 2015 The world’s largest internet companies are turning to clean power to run their data centers like never before. This month we saw huge clean power deals from Apple, including big solar projects planned in California and Arizona, and a big wind buy from

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