November 26, 2012 in Daily Bulletin
Gadgetose took a look at what it costs to run the entire internet:
- It takes 1.5% of the world’s electricity supply to keep the internet running.
- This is equivalent to the annual output of 30 nuclear power plants.
- This would mean an energy bill of $8.5 billion – equivalent to Google’s profits in 2011.
Find out how much data the internet produces every hour, and the growth of internet usage in the full inforgraphic over here.
Via: Design You Trust