Dropbox has a number of data centers around the world to provide their cloud storage and collaboration services. As with Google, it is not known exactly how much energy Dropbox’s data centers consume, as the company does not publish specific data on their energy consumption.
However, Dropbox has made a commitment to use 100% renewable energy by 2030 to support their operations. The company has also committed to reducing their carbon footprint through energy efficiency and sustainable operating practices.
To achieve their goals, Dropbox has invested in renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power and has taken steps to make their data centers more efficient. This includes the use of advanced cooling systems, energy efficient equipment and the implementation of smart energy management solutions.