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How much renewable energy is your favourite website using?


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Have you ever thought about how much and what kind of energy your favourite websites consume?

 

Greenpeace has released a report that takes a closer look on various IT-companies, their environment policies and energy sources. Apple is praised by Greenpeace for their commitment to renewable energy. Google and Facebook also receive high scores with Amazon, Ebay and Twitter scoring the least points. 

 
Twitter gets a low score because a lack of energy transparency, disclosing no information about its energy footprint.
 
Amazon - which serves many well-known brands such as Netflix, Pinterest, Spotify, and Vine - "has dropped further and further behind its competitors in building an internet that runs on renewable sources of energy," Greenpeace states.
 
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