Internet Could Consume All of Britain's Power

BRITAIN’S internet demand is expanding so fast that it could consume the nation’s entire power supply by 2035, scientists will tell the Royal Society next week.

Andrew Ellis, professor of optical communications at Aston University, will tell the “Capacity Crunch” conference that data storage and transmission on the internet, along with devices such as PCs and TVs, are already consuming at least 8% and as much as 16% of Britain’s power — and doubling every four years.


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