This morning, Salesforce announced another step made toward the cloud computing giant’s goal [https://www.salesforce.com/blog/2017/04/salesforce-net-zero-greenhouse-gas.html] of running 100 percent on renewable power.
The company has switched to CleanPowerSF [https://sfwater.org/index.aspx?page=748], San Francisco’s clean energy network. The city’s program is part of a statewide initiative that allows business and residents to work with the local utility, Pacific Gas & Electric, in order to deliver clean energy at cost-effective rates for their homes and offices.
According to the company, aligning with CleanPowerSF is key to what Salesforce describes as its path towards becoming a net-zero operation, based on these three pillars: avoid, reduce and mitigate.
On the ” avoid ” front, the company claims that the multi-tenant architecture of its software platform is 50 t…