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    1. Amazon FLUNKS New Energy Report - Facebook and Apple Get 'A's

      Amazon FLUNKS New Energy Report - Facebook and Apple Get 'A's

      eBay, which has had a more mixed record on green energy, recently installed natural gas fuel cells around its Utah data center rather than continue to purchase energy from local coal-powered plants. And Apple, Google and Facebook - all of which operate ...

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    2. Bad Apple turns green in environmental switch

      Bad Apple turns green in environmental switch

      Greenpeace has issued its annual report on the energy efficiency of internet companies, praising Apple, Facebook and other major providers of online services for improved use of energy resources. Apple, which was given a low score by the environmental group two years ago, made the most gains in transparency, internal conservation efforts and the use and advocacy of renewable energy, Greenpeace said in a report. 

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    3. Amazon FLUNKS New Energy Report — Facebook and Apple Get 'A's

      Amazon FLUNKS New Energy Report — Facebook and Apple Get 'A's

      According to "Clicking Clean: How Companies are Creating the Green Internet," a new Greenpeace report on energy usage by the cloud-computing industry, IT behemoths like Apple, Facebook and Google are leading the charge for renewable energy, while several others — notably Amazon Web Services and Twitter — receive failing grades due to their reliance on “dirty” power from coal and other greenhouse-gas emitting sources.

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    4. Can an eco-friendly colo data center really save you some green?

      Can an eco-friendly colo data center really save you some green?

      Whether it's to save money or save the planet, many companies want greener IT operations. When you outsource equipment and operations to a colocation provider, the electricity bill lands in someone else's inbox. How do you know the colo data center is truly "green?"

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    5. Facebook To Build Second European Data Centre In Sweden

      Facebook To Build Second European Data Centre In Sweden

      Facebook has announced plans to build a second data centre in Sweden, less than a year after opening its first European facility in the arctic town of Luleå. It sits in the area known as The Node Pole, where 100 percent of electricity is derived from renewable sources. “The recent developments, with today’s announcement from Facebook as the most recent example, confirm our firm belief that our region is an optimal locality for these types of establishments,” said Erik Lundström, newly appointed CEO of The Node Pole.

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      Mentions: Google Facebook
    6. Will Data Centres Take Part In Demand Reduction?

      Will Data Centres Take Part In Demand Reduction?

      Energy policy in the UK is developing very slowly, but there are signs of new things happening. Data centres may have to act cleverly to benefit from the next stages, however. After the floods and bad weather, there were calls for the government to acknowledge the role of manmade climate change, and beef up its policies in the area. Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron said he “very much suspects” that climate change is involved in the weather patterns. 

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      Mentions: Apple Peter Judge
    7. Google adds another 59MW of Wind Power in 2015 in Sweden to support future expansion in Hamina, Finland Data Center

      Google adds another 59MW of Wind Power in 2015 in Sweden to support future expansion in Hamina, Finland Data Center

      Google announced a Swedish wind power project to support its Finland Data Center growth. More Swedish wind power for Google’s Finnish data center Google buys 10 years of renewable energy in deal with Nordic wind farm developer Eolus Vind AB, financing construction of four new wind farms.

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      Mentions: Europe Google
    8. Exploring Microsoft's Carbon Price and Its 5 Steps to Carbon Neutrality

      Exploring Microsoft's Carbon Price and Its 5 Steps to Carbon Neutrality

      The number of companies taking tangible steps to prepare for and prosper in a lower-carbon economy is growing -- even absent a national carbon tax or cap-and-trade regime. Their actions speak much louder .... To help ensure access to power for its large data center servers near San Antonio, Microsoft purchased RECs in signing a 20-year wholesale power agreement to for electricity from a 110 megawatt wind farm near Fort Worth – the Keechi Wind Project – set to open in 2015.

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