How eBay’s radical efficiency plan benefits from employee engagement

Read the full story at GreenBiz.

This week, eBay will take the wraps off a data center in Utah that is the first facility of its kind to use fuel cells from Bloom Energy as its primary source of onsite power.

It’s just the latest demonstration of the e-commerce giant’s radical approach to data center design. That master plan aims to create the highest possible productivity for its roughly 120 million customers — who generated $175 billion in eBay-enabled commerce during 2012 — while having the lowest possible impact on the planet.

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