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How Much Energy Does Google Use?

Google How much energy does google use? Google uses enough energy to continuously power 200,000 homes Their data centres collectively burn through: 260 million watts (a quarter of the output of a nuclear power plant.) Data centres as a whole use between: 1.1% and 1.5% of global electricity. Google are responsible for about: 0.01% of this estimate. One Google search is equivalent to tuming on a: 60W light bulb for 17 seconds. 0.0003kWh of energy is spent on an average search query which equates to 0.2g of carbon dioxide. CO2 People conduct over 1 billion searches a day. About 12.5 million watts of Google's 260-million-watt total can be accounted for by searches. The average energy consumption of a typical user, including: search Gmail 8+ Google + YouTube is about: 180 watt-hours a month, which is equivalent to running a 60 watt light bulb for 3 hours. YouTube can stream for 3 days on the energy it takes to manufacture package deliver a standard DVD movie. One minute of streaming a YouTube video consumes 0.0002 kWh of energy: the same amount of energy your body uses in 8 seconds. Over 6 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube. That's almost 1 hour for every person on earth. Yahoo Mail households use 11% more electricity per year than Gmail households. The difference between 1 million Yahoo households and 1 million Gmail households is equal to: YAHOO! the entire annual electricity consumption of Barbados. Google help to create 1.7GW of renewable power a year, enough to power more than: 350,000 homes They emit 1.46 million metric tonnes of carbon dioxide a year. However, after offset: their carbon footprint is 0. brought to you by: Juice Electrical Supplies Ltd I Redgate St Pinxton +40 Follow electricalsupplies.couk. Sources: techland.time.com | nytimes.com| googlegreenblog.blogspot.co.uk | youtube.com | blog.opower.com

How Much Energy Does Google Use?

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