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Harvard Business Review: An Internet Powered by 100% Renewable Energy is Within Our Reach

"If the world is to become ever more efficient and reach global climate goals, internet power will need to play its part," warn Nate Springer and Kelly Gallo of Business for Social Responsibility. In a column published in the Harvard Business Review, the authors say that an internet powered entirely by renewable energy is closer than many people realize. "Leading companies are learning that sourcing renewable energy for data centers is a low-cost way to demonstrate commitment to global climate goals while adding reliability and predictability to energy consumption… An internet powered by 100% renewable energy is within our reach. For business, this means more choices, lower costs, and greater reliability, all while meeting corporate and global climate goals."

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