Carbon Neutrality and 100% Renewable Energy

Carbon Neutrality and 100% Renewable Energy

VMware has set a goal to achieve carbon neutral emissions by 2020, and to advance its commitment to use 100 percent renewable energy. As a global technology company, VMware is committed to operating its business in a responsible and sustainable manner. With a legacy of social responsibility, VMware’s Corporate Sustainability efforts focus on the net-positive impact of its industry-leading virtualization technology in the data center as well as reducing the company’s operational carbon footprint and increasing investments in renewable energy.

Learn more: https://www.vmware.com/radius/vmware-commits-carbon-neutral-emissions-2020/

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In Honor of Earth Day – Find Out How Much Carbon Your Virtualization Infrastructure is Avoiding!
Having pioneered the development of server virtualization, VMware has significantly increased the operational efficiency of IT resources. Server virtualization is a key element of cloud computing. It allows for elasticity through rapid provisioning and de-provisioning of services. By reducing the number of servers needed, and increasing the utilization rates of servers deployed, virtualization...
Apr 28, 2017 11:00 AM ET
Electric Cabs
VMware India recently partnered with India's first all-electric cab service – Lithium Cabs to provide employees with green transportation in order to reduce carbon footprints while transporting employees in the city of Bangalore. The transition from diesel fleet cars to electric cars for daily employee pick and drop helps overcome challenges such as fuel cost, battery life, safety, battery...
Apr 24, 2017 11:45 AM ET
Rebooting The Earth
VMware is on a mission to ensure a net positive effect across our products, people and planet. This Earth Day, we are taking action to inspire a ripple effect through our collective impact. For every employee that pledges to take sustainability-related actions at home or at work, VMware will plant a tree on their behalf through Restore the...
Apr 18, 2017 5:55 PM ET
Green Power in India
VMware India recently sealed a deal with its builders to enable two of its largest buildings based in the city of Bangalore – Kalyani Vista and Kalyani Magnum – to receive 85% of their power from renewable energy. Kalyani Vista will receive wind energy for close to 438,000 sq. ft. while Kalyani Magnum will receive energy for nearly 206,212 sq.ft. from wind power...
Apr 17, 2017 10:15 AM ET

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