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Renewable Energy Alone Can’t Address Data Centers’ Adverse Environmental Impact

By Asaf Ezra, the Co-Founder and CEO of Granulate, a provider of real-time, autonomous computing workload optimization solutions.
May 2, 2021

Data centers consume a significant amount of electricity and contribute to CO2 emissions. Addressing their energy consumption is crucial for mitigating climate change. Companies can reduce energy usage by implementing on-site renewable energy sources, partnering with green vendors, and optimizing computing resources through AI-powered software. Improving cooling systems and using updated servers also help in reducing energy consumption. It is important to take proactive steps to ensure computing power and profits do not harm the environment.

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