Latest Sustainability News

Google signs huge solar deal with SB Energy

Google has signed one of its largest solar agreement from single developer, SB Energy, to power its data centres in Texas. The technology giant will purchase around 75% of the renewable energy produced by four of SB Energy’s four upcoming solar projects. “SB Energy is thrilled to join forces with Google to provide clean energy… Read More

Google, Microsoft, Samsung Among Founding Members of Semiconductor Climate Consortium

The 65 founding members of the new Semiconductor Climate Consortium (SCC) have been announced, including Google, Intel, Microsoft, Nikon, Samsung, Schneider Electric, and Western Digital. SEMI, the industry association serving global electronics manufacturing and design supply chain, set up the SCC as the first global collaborative of semiconductor ecosystem companies to tackle the issue of… Read More

How Cloud Technologies Can Drive Sustainability

The cloud and cloud-enabled technologies present ‘wonderful’ opportunities for governments and businesses to achieve their development and sustainability goals, as well as the continued economic growth. This is the proposal by the Asia Cloud Computing Association’s (ACCA) latest concept note, which was launched following panel discussions at the Cloud Expo Asia in October 2022. The… Read More

The Future of Lithium-Ion Battery Technology

The lithium-ion battery market is growing exponentially, as the technology increasingly becomes a critical component of future energy infrastructure. Various market reports predict the global lithium-ion battery market value to grow to almost $200 billion by 2030. This is driven by demand for renewable energy sources and rising popularity of electric vehicles, as lithium-ion batteries… Read More

Intel pledges to meet net-zero by 2040

Customers of Intel will also benefit from this sustainability drive, as products are set to become more energy efficient as the tech giant continues its work towards increasing product energy efficiency by 10 times for client and server microprocessors.