SAP to Only Use 'Green' Data Centres to Service Growing Cloud Business

Company emmissions rose last year as customers moved apps to SAP cloud
Mar 27, 2014 9:05 AM ET

SAP plans to power all its data centres and facilities globally with 100 percent renewable electricity, starting from this year.

SAP says "the shift will help minimise the company's carbon footprint as it moves to a cloud business model".

The business software supplier added that the move "will help eliminate carbon emissions caused by its customers' systems, by moving them into a 'green cloud'".

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