When companies move to the cloud, they set up less than a quarter of the servers compared to on-premise solutions. Furthermore, energy efficiency of an on-premise data center is 29% lower than large-scale cloud providers that use high-level facilities, cooling systems and equipment based on the workload of high level. If we combine all these elements (a smaller number of servers used together with more efficient servers in terms of power), customers need to use only 16% of the energy compared to the on-premise infrastructure. This constitutes an 84% reduction in the amount of energy required. This great improvement in energy efficiency results in a huge reduction in climate impact, since a smaller amount of energy consumed equates to lower carbon emissions.