Data sharing giant Dropbox has provided more detail on its plan to hit carbon neutrality across its operations by 2030, revealing that its data centre storage server power is now covered by 100 per cent renewable electricity.
In an update released yesterday, the cloud based data storage giant said it was making progress towards its goals of achieving ‘carbon neutrality’ for its Scope 1 and Scope 2 direct emissions, and its indirect Scope 3 emissions from business travel.
“As a company that runs on data centres, we recognise the impact we have on global energy consumption, and we’re proud to announce that all of our data centre storage server power is covered by 100 per cent renewable electricity,” it said. “This means when you’re storing your data with us, you’re not leaving a carbon footprint.”
Dropbox said it had achieved its 100 per cent renewable target by focusing on three