Apple Plans 100% Renewable Energy Data Center in Iowa

Apple Plans 100% Renewable Energy Data Center in Iowa

Rendering of the data center planned for Waukee, Iowa. Credit: Apple A stretch of farmland about 20 miles west of Des Moines, Iowa, will be the site of a new Apple data center powered entirely by renewable energy, the tech giant announced on Thursday. The … Read more…

Apple Scouts Energy Options in Australia (Doesn’t Want Its Own Facility)

Apple Scouts Energy Options in Australia (Doesn’t Want Its Own Facility)

Apple is scouting options to reduce its carbon footprint in Australia, the company’s vice president of environment, policy and social initiatives Lisa Jackson told Financial Review. The company will likely look at having stakes in solar and wind projects rather than invest in a new … Read more…

Tech Titans Commit to Clean Energy

Tech Titans Commit to Clean Energy

Tech giants Amazon, Apple, Google and Microsoft plan to continue their clean energy initiatives even after President Trump’s executive action regarding the Clean Power Plan. The companies issued a joint statement late last week stating they would stay the course on their vow to focus … Read more…

Apple Files with FERC to Sell Wholesale Power at Market-Based Rates

Apple, through its wholly owned subsidiary Apple Energy, filed on June 6 (Docket No. ER16-1887) with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) “for market-based rate authority to sell power at wholesale in the Southeast, Southwest, Northwest, Northeast, Central, and Southwest Power Pool regions.”

Apple: First Company to Use 100% Renewable Energy in Singapore

Apple: First Company to Use 100% Renewable Energy in Singapore

Apple and Sunseap Group have entered a clean energy agreement. The arrangement will make Apple the first company in Singapore to be completely powered by renewable energy, according to Sunseap. The energy will come from the more than 800 buildings in Singapore that accommodate Sunseap’s … Read more…

Walmart, Apple Lead On-Site Renewables Challenge

Walmart, Apple Lead On-Site Renewables Challenge

Walmart, Apple and the US Department of Energy are the top three on-site renewable power users, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency’s list of Green Power Partners. Coca-Cola and General Motors round out the top five. As of October 26, 307 organizations have joined the EPA’s Green Power Partnership, … Read more…

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