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The search engine has announced the deal, in partnership with SunEdison, which will bring its spending on renewable energy up to more than $1.5 billion across three continents.
In what seems like a somewhat contradictory move, the Dutch firm has announced it is developing solar equipment in order to recover heavy crude oil more easily and more cheaply.
According to the Public Accounts Committee, installing smart meters to measure energy use will save households just £26 a year on average, despite each meter having a £215 installation fee.
The trial forms part of a wider "green" agenda for London transport, with Mayor Boris Johnson ultimately aiming for all single deck buses to have zero exhaust emissions.
According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, many data centre are still hugely inefficient, operating at just 12 to 18 per cent of capacity in most cases.
The firm will no longer use benzene and n-hexane in the final stages of the manufacturing process for iOS and Mac devices, following claims that the substances could cause health issues.
Angus Patton, director of power and comminications at SQS, delves in the world of Machine to machine (M2M) communications in home utilities and its future importance.
The technology giants have pledged free cloud and supercomputer resources for researchers of climate change in a scheme supporting the US's Climate Action Plan and Climate Data Initiative.
Tech News Weekly podcast 29: Favourite summer apps, Apple riddling iOS with backdoors, and is this the end of the Oyster card?
On this weeks Tech News Weekly podcast from ITProPortal.com. Could the Oyster card and in fact, hard cash be soon removed from the London Underground? And was Apple helping the NSA on purpose?
New research published by V1 reveals that a staggering 98 per cent of senior UK executives recognise the key role that clean energy is set to play in future business.
If the technology industry continues to operate in the same manner it does today, the production of greenhouse gases will skyrocket, according to a new report.