Google is buying green energy for its data centers

Google is buying green energy for its data centers

Google wants to be carbon neutral.

Google has bought a twelve-year consumption of future wind farms to be built in Norway, in order to use 100% green energy for its data centers. It is a wind farm Tellenes in Rogaland which should be built by the end of next year and will be the largest in Norvšekoj.

It consists of 50 turbines power of 160 MW. Since 2007, the company Google is carbon neutral, and this is their first “green deal” in Norway and now the largest in Europe. The company’s goal is to use 100% renewable energy, there EMP.

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