In the Race to Build a Renewably Powered Internet, Amazon, Netflix Lag Behind

MacCarthy, Libby
January 2017
SB Business Weekly;1/16/2017, p1
The article discusses companies that lag in use of renewable energies such as Netflix, Amazon, and Samsung, Cisco Network Traffic forecast on energy footprint on information technology (IT) sectors, and environmental nonprofit organization Greenpeace’s benchmark on IT sectors’ energy performance.


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