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Amazon last year committed to zeroing out its carbon footprint by 2040, or eliminating the greenhouse gas emissions caused by its activities, but concedes there isn’t a clear path to that zero-carbon goal today.
Getting a good personal computer – even a second-hand model – and maintaining it well are paramount for staying productive in the pandemic age.
Alphabet Inc's Google aims to power its data centres and offices 24-7 using solely carbon-free electricity by 2030, building on its previous goal of matching its energy use with 100% renewable energy.
As Covid-19 infections across India rise beyond the two-million mark, the country’s energy companies are coming up with novel solutions to keep the virus at bay and their operations running.
European utilities are having to speed up the adoption of new technologies as the coronavirus crisis forces them to use software, not people, to steer critical infrastructure including plants and grids
In July alone, hackers took over the twitter accounts of US politicians, stole terrabytes of coronavirus research and even infiltrated the UK’s Premier League soccer clubs. Can they cut off your electricity, too?
Microsoft Corp, Nike Inc, Starbucks Corp, Unilever NV and Danone SA are teaming up in a new consortium devoted to sharing resources and tactics for slashing carbon emissions, bringing together the efforts of some of the biggest global companies that have pledged to take action against climate change.
Every day, energy merchants collect and scrutinise whatever information they can find on fuel demand to get a trading edge: from satellite data tracking oil tankers worldwide to thermal images from cameras on pipelines and storage tanks.
In January, Microsoft pledged to be carbon negative (removing more carbon from the atmosphere than it emits) by 2030.
Australia's conservative government on Thursday released a fresh plan to tackle climate change, targetting the use of gas, hydrogen, batteries and carbon capture, while avoiding the contentious issue of setting a carbon price.