Posts Tagged ‘data’

More than 100 cities now mostly powered by renewable energy, data shows

The number of cities getting at least 70% of their total electricity supply from renewable energy has more than doubled since 2015 The number of cities reporting they are predominantly powered by clean energy has more than doubled since 2015, as momentum builds for cities around the world to switch from fossil fuels to renewable […]

More cities powered by renewable energy, data shows

The number of cities getting at least 70% of their total electricity supply from renewable energy has more than doubled since 2015 The number of cities reporting they are predominantly powered by clean energy has more than doubled since 2015, as momentum builds for cities around the world to switch from fossil fuels to renewable […]

New data gives hope for meeting the Paris climate targets | Dana Nuccitelli

Global carbon pollution appears to be close to peaking Over the past half-century, growth in the global economy and carbon pollution have been tied together. When the global economy has been strong, we’ve consumed more energy, which has translated into burning more fossil fuels and releasing more carbon pollution. But over the past four years, […]

Facebook to build wind farm for Omaha data center

Facebook is partnering with a developer to build a wind power farm in northeast Nebraska that will supply energy for the company's planned data center. View full post on Wind Power News

Microsoft’s data centers in Ireland are getting an influx of wind power

Microsoft is amping up its renewable energy portfolio by signing a power purchase agreement for 100 percent of GE's Tullahennel wind farm in Ireland. The energy from the 37-MW wind farm located in County Kerry will go towards powering Microsoft's data centers in the country which support its growing cloud services. View full post on […]

Maryville College taking a closer look at data from total solar eclipse

The moon totally covered the sun for just 97 seconds in Maryville on Aug. 21, but analyzing the data gathered that day continues. A team at Maryville College led by physics lecturer Irene Guerinot set up sensors on the sidelines of the football field and took measurements that afternoon from 12:30 – 4:15 p.m. Temperatures […]

Massive, Six-Story Data Center in a Norwegian Mine Comes Online

An abandoned mine-turned data center in Norway will officially open on Wednesday, according to Lefdal , builder of what it claims is “the largest green data center in Europe.” Its first two tenants are IBM and the German industrial conglomerate Friedhelm LOH Group. View full post on Wind Power News

Iron Mountain Data Centers Offer Customers 100 Percent Renewable Energy

Through a 15-year wind power purchasing agreement, Iron Mountain will utilize 25 megawatts of the wind farm's capacity, serving its data centers in three states. The shift to wind power helps reduce the company's environmental impact and operating cost, while also delivering long-term utility price stability and a carbon-neutral solution for its data center customers. […]

New data platform tracks EU wind power demand

Industry association WindEurope launched a new platform yesterday that analyses wind power demand across Europe, an initiative backed by EU energy chief MaroA A efA oviA . The new platform took months to create, according to WindEurope, and allows it to send a daily email to subscribers detailing the amount of wind that contributed to […]

Google Data Buys Wind Power From Blackrock-Funded Park in Norway

Google Inc. forged an agreement to buy power from a new onshore wind park in Norway that's supplied with Siemens AG turbines and financed by Blackrock Inc. Construction on the 160-megawatt Rogaland wind park near Stavanger begins this month and will deliver power for Google's European data centers when completed next year, according to an […]