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Every aspect of our hosting provider is built to be as energy-efficient as possible. In addition to this, for every amperage we pull from the grid, we invest 3 times that in the form of renewable energy via Bonneville Environmental Foundation.
Every aspect of our hosting platform is built to be as energy-efficient as possible. In addition to this, for every amperage we pull from the grid, we invest 3 times that in the form of renewable energy via Bonneville Environmental Foundation.

The internet industry consumes enormous amounts of energy. The backbone of the internet is data centres which hold millions of large servers, stacked on top of each other in racks and they are powered up and running all day every day.

These servers consume enormous amounts of energy and to make sure that they do not overheat and fail, they are blasted with arctic temperature air all day every day. In fact, 40% of all of the energy used to power the internet is used to keep those servers from overheating.

Data centres worldwide all pull energy from whatever power grid they rely on. Most energy in our power grids is produced by carbon polluting sources. In 2012 there were 500,000 data centres worldwide. Today there are over 8 million data centres worldwide, an increase of 16 fold in 7 years.

The Internet is the fastest-growing carbon polluting industry and it will eclipse all other industries in terms of worldwide pollution.

Today, data centres account for 2% of the world’s carbon emissions, that is as much as the AIRLINE INDUSTRY! But it doesn’t stop there… Data Center pollution is expected to grow to 14% of the world’s carbon emissions, as much as the United States of America, by 2040.

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