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Google Limits Carbon Footprint, Funds Climate Change Deniers

A commitment to green datacenters, renewable energy projects and the purchasing of carbon offsets have enabled Google to reduce its revenue-adjusted carbon footprint for the fourth year in a ...Full Article

Cooling from the Inside

To the datacenter professional, keeping equipment cool requires a lot of money and energy, but what if the computer could be cooled from the inside? Full Article

No Federal Datacenter Left Behind

With less than two years left to hit 2015 targets and limited funding for the effort, federal datacenter managers are looking to alternative financing solutions, like Energy Savings Performance ...Full Article

LoPoCo – How Low Can You Go?

Low Power Company (LoPoCo) offers a line of low-power consumption, ultra-efficient servers designed to help businesses cut their datacenter operations bill in half. Full Article

Turning Trash Into Renewable Energy for the Datacenter

Renewable energy developer Vieste Energy is partnering with green building design firm ESD (Environmental Systems Design, Inc.) on a national portfolio of 100 percent renewable energy datacenters. Full Article

Google Continues Green Push with ISO 50001 Certification

<span>Google deploys its ISO 50001 certified energy management system to multiple North American datacenters. <span><br /></span></span>Full Article

Computer Giants Top EPA Green Power List

The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Green Power Partnership released its quarterly Green Power list with the updated rankings of organizations choosing to go green. Full Article

OVH Builds Servers on Demand

French Web hosting company OVH extends do-it-yourself ingenuity to the server level. Servers go from parts to production in under an hour. Full Article

An Efficiency Standard on Every Computer (and Server)

The Department of Energy may soon mandate new labeling and efficiency standards for all computers and servers sold in the United States. Full Article

Putting Your Computer Where Your Power Is

New Mexico-based startup SELC Corp. has taken the utility computing concept and turned it on its head by asking: instead of sending power to the computer, why not send ...Full Article
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