Google Cloud customers and partners not only benefit from Google’s unique infrastructure, but also make a measurable contribution against climate change: Google has been CO2-neutral since 2007, since 2017 Google has offset all its electricity consumption with the purchase of renewable energy – and by 2030 Google aims to be CO2-free.
As a leading Google Cloud Partner in the DACH region, Wabion is supporting the fight against climate change. Fittingly for Earth Day on 22.04.2021, we are holding the online Wabion Sustainability Summit. Together with the NGO Plant-for-the-Planet, our customer e-motion and Google Cloud, we will show you how you, as an IT decision-maker or Chief Sustainability Officer, can make your cloud journey sustainable.
Please note that the event will only be in German.
For each participant, we will donate a tree to the Plant-for-the-Planet reforestation project in Yucatán, Mexico.
How Google Cloud helps businesses reduce their environmental impact
Matthias Schorer, Lead for Sustainability within DACH at Google Cloud
Collaboration without detours: How e-motion brought its IT infrastructure to an environment-friendly level by implementing Google Workspace
Marcus Melzer, Head of Business Development at e-motion
No company uses more renewable energy than Google. Already since 2017, Google has purchased more renewable energy than the global Google infrastructure consumes. However, since solar and wind energy are irregularly available, Google also occasionally purchases energy from non-renewable sources. By 2030, this is to finally end – and Google will become CO2-free without exception:
To be CO2-free around the clock by 2030, Google is also counting on Google Cloud customers. On April 22, 2021, Earth Day, experts from Google Cloud and Wabion will show you how you can use Google Cloud to reduce your company’s carbon footprint and make your cloud journey sustainable. Your participation will be worthwhile for you and the environment: for every participant, we will donate a tree as part of the Plant-for-the-Planet project for reforestation in Yucatán, Mexico – you can see the current status of the project below. We are looking forward to welcoming you on April 22, 2021!