Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Google: The cleanest energy is only the energy you don’t use

Google: This time, we’re doing something we’ve never done before: we’ll be building on the grounds of the Widows Creek coal power plant in Jackson County, which has been scheduled for shutdown. Data centers need a lot of infrastructure to run 24/7, and there’s a lot of potential in redeveloping large industrial sites like former coal power plants. Decades of investment shouldn’t go to waste just because a site has closed; we can repurpose existing electric and other infrastructure to make sure our data centers are reliably serving our users around the world.

99% BAD HARDWARE WEEK: We too. Here is some 1000 tons of heavy pollutants it has delivered to our envirnoment up to now ! Plus 100 000 tons od sulphur dioxide and 10M tons od carbon dioxide each year !!

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