Are you aware where your electricity comes from?

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This is a great site to see the energy sources in various locations globally and understand what percentage of are low carbon, renewable and how different countries carbon intensity ratings compare to one another. As digital infrastructure capacity continues to increase in line with the growth of data consumption the renewable energy make up of the grid will become increasingly important as a factor for data centre site selection.

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