mail.com now running on wind energy

Company’s own data center in Lenexa, KS is now operating on 100% clean energy.

Chesterbrook, PA. Today mail.com announced it has completed its transition to renewable energy sources. The email provider’s data center in Lenexa, KS is now purchasing and using 100 percent wind energy. The company also offsets the carbon footprint of its headquarters in Chesterbrook, PA with renewable energy certificates, which makes mail.com a climate-friendly email service.

“The switch of our data center to clean energy helps all mail.com users reduce their personal carbon footprint and the environmental impact when sending or receiving email,” says mail.com CEO Jan Oetjen. “To reduce the overall power usage, our data center already employs the latest technologies for computer hardware and air conditioning. The switch to wind energy is an important investment in the sustainability of our operations in the United States.”

mail.com offers cutting-edge technical infrastructure, security and privacy protection to its customers. The data center in Lenexa has an annual power consumption of 13 GWh. All of the electricity used now comes from the wind energy delivered by Evergy.

About mail.com

mail.com is one of the top free email portals in the United States, with its data center located in Lenexa, Kansas. The company offers its consumer and business users an unparalleled selection of more than 200 supplier-neutral email addresses related to a broad variety of topics like business, geographic location and personal interests. mail.com also provides online office solutions and cloud applications, and presents international news covering a broad spectrum of content categories. Options such as mobile apps, browser add-ons and mail collector make it easy for users to access and manage their email accounts. With state-of-the-art internet security and careful adherence to customer privacy requirements, mail.com strives for optimum performance. mail.com is a member of United Internet, Europe’s leading internet specialist.

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