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It appears that the growth in use of communication networks is accompanied by efficiency gains, so the amount of energy needed is not going to overload the power networks unduly.

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Christopher Neely on Dec 3, 2021

Amid all the concerns over blockchain, cryptocurrency mining and electric cars, additional energy demand from improved telecommunication technology has not been something I've even considered or worried about. Glad to know that lack of concern was not misplaced!

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