Google edges closer to carbon-free power at five data centres worldwide

Michael Holder
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Five of Google's data centre sites worldwide are now running at or near 90 per cent carbon-free power, it claims | Credit: Google
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Five of Google's data centre sites worldwide are now running at or near 90 per cent carbon-free power, it claims | Credit: Google

Tech giant also announces flurry of climate-focused video content across YouTube this year in run up to COP26, featuring Sir David Attenborough and Bill Gates

Google has announced that five of its major data centre sites worldwide are now running on around 90 per cent carbon-free power, as the tech giant unveiled plans for a climate-focused video series across...

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