T-Mobile Says It Will Rely On 100% Renewable Energy By 2021
T-Mobile won't be swapping its magenta duds for green, but the company has committed to moving its business to 100% renewable energy by 2021. The company already buys power from the wind-driven Red Forks Wind Power Project in Oklahoma, which went online late last year. Today, T-Mobile said it will buy 160 MWs from Infinity Renewables’ Solomon Forks Wind Project in Kansas starting in 2019. Together, these two projects will provide T-Mobile with 320 MWs of power, or enough to cover 60% of its energy needs nationwide. In order to reach its goal of 100% renewable power by 2021, T-Mobile will buy wind capacity each year to account for every unit of electricity it consumes. To cement its commitment to renewable power, T-Mobile has joined the RE100 climate group. Major businesses including Google, Microsoft, and Facebook already belong to RE100. T-Mobile will reports its electric consumption to RE100 each year as it transitions to low-carbon power sources.
Aug 1, 2018
The Red Hydrogen, a phone first announced more than a year ago, has been approved by the FCC. The Hydrogen stands out thanks to its 5.7-inch holographic display, which promises 3D without glasses.
Apr 9, 2018
Apple today revealed a new color option for the iPhone 8: (Product) Red. The red iPhone 8 carries over all the same features and functions from the older color variants of the iPhone.
Mar 21, 2017
Apple today debuted (Product) Red versions of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The devices are identical to the iPhones released last year, the only difference is the color.
May 17, 2018
AT&T and Verizon Wireless today voiced support for the Red Hydrogen One phone, which they'll sell later this summer. The Hydrogen One was first announced in summer of 2017.