Despite its location in scorching Phoenix, Ariz., the online marketplace's latest facility can be tuned to operate at a PUE of less than 1.2.
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Sharp's new downlights, track lights and recessed troffers will be focused on applications in retail and hospitality settings.
By making business divisions responsible for their carbon costs, the software giant sets a precedent that is likely to be followed by other high-tech companies.
Offering top speeds of 100 miles per hour, Brammo hopes the Empulse series will have appeal for a broader audience of motorcycle enthusiasts.
The EVlink DC Quick Charger joins a growing portfolio of EV chargers designed to provide up to 80 percent of a battery's charger in a half-hour or less.
The document storage company operates more than 1,000 sites around the word, and has 'ample roof space' for solar energy generation.
The money includes a new venture capital infusion, along with credit for equipment financing and working capital.
The solar installer has benefited by arranging financing for thousands of installations and energy-efficiency projects.
Heightened criticism of cloud power consumption prompts debate on data center design and electricity sourcing decisions.
Green Revolution Cooling is attracting attention for CarnotJet, a submersion system that can help reduce data center power usage by 40 percent.