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How bioenergy can make the internet a greener place: The Kiowatt Story

The internet has become so commonplace that many of us have difficulty imagining what it takes to make this digital world a reality, including the number of servers and hubs required to power it.


Most data centers worldwide are heavily relying on fossil fuels to produce electricity and cooling required to run up all those equipments. This is what some call the dark side of the internet. Statistics are eloquent in that respect: a single Google search consumes 20 mg of CO2, while an email is between 0,3 to 4 g[1].

Read about how to make internet greener with bioenergy in Kiowatt’s inspiring example presented by Aebiom

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