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First-time corporate renewable energy buyers breathing down Google’s neck

... energy.The largest new entrants last year included Amazon, Equinix, Owens Corning and Dow Chemical, all of which signed power purchase agreements totaling at least 200 MW. The BRC pointed out that a majority of those companies are affiliated with the center. New-entrant firms represented  Read More...

Google Energy led growing number of nonutility wind buyers in 2015

...p;The group, lead by Google Energy, Amazon Web Services and Equinix, accounted for 52%, or 2,074 MW, of all such capacity in 2015, representing more than twice the amount in 2014 and reaching a record high. Other companies who contracted for large amounts of wind power in 2015 include Read More...

Equinix signs on for massive fuel cell deployment

...;...sp;Global interconnection and data center company Equinix announced Aug. 16 the signing of a power p...g to a news release. In embracing the technology, Equinix became the second large corporate customer Read More...

Equinix datacenter features evaporative cooling tech

...us....sing 100% renewable energy to power its platform; Equinix said in an Oct. 27 news release ...enter represent the green standard for all future Equinix IBX data center builds. The data center, c Read More...

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Equinix plots energy efficiency for new data center

...and will open in the second quarter of 2019. ...igital infrastructure of the UK.“As part of Equinix's commitment to its long-term goal of usin...ess in this era of digital transformation,” Equinix reported in a statement. The LD7 data cent Read More...

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Tech giants join to demand increased RE, storage from Dominion

...etter was signed by Adobe, Akamai Technologies, Apple, AWS, Equinix, Iron Mountain, LinkedIn Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Salesforce, and QTS, and was organized by Ceres, a sustainability nonprofit organization. The letter stated, “Given the significance of our growing and energy-intens Read More...

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