21 Apr '11, 4pm

Apple Worst of ‘Dirty’ Cloud Companies, Greenpeace Says

On the other hand, Greenpeace said that both Yahoo! and Google are taking positive steps to improve the impact of their energy supply. Yahoo! sites most of its data centers near renewable power sources, and Google is making direct investments in and signing power purchase agreements with renewable power projects including wind and solar.

Full article: http://www.environmentalleader.com/2011/04/21/apple-worst...

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