Today, Dropbox is announcing that all of its data centre storage server power is covered by 100% renewable electricity.
Last year, Dropbox published its commitment to fighting global warming and reducing its carbon footprint through sustainability goals, that the company plans to accomplish by 2030.
As a company that runs on data centres, Dropbox recognises the impact that it has on global energy consumption – and today’s news means that means when you’re storing your data with Dropbox, you’re not leaving a carbon footprint.
The Dropbox Infrastructure team has worked hard to achieve this milestone through three focus areas: maintaining best-in-class power usage effectiveness, optimising overall power consumption, and sourcing more renewable energy.
Dropbox says

 

As a company that runs on data centers, we recognize the impact we have on global energy consumption, and we’re proud to announce that all of our data center storage server power is covered by 100% renewable electricity. This means when you’re storing your data with us, you’re not leaving a carbon footprint.

Our Infrastructure team has worked hard to achieve this milestone through three focus areas: maintaining best-in-class power usage effectiveness, optimizing

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