JuicyHow much energy does searching the internet use? That’s the question that Google addressed recently on its own blog. Their figures compare the amount of carbon dioxide emitted each time a person does a Google search with other activities, like making a cheeseburger or a glass of orange juice.

Reports earlier in the year indicated that performing two Google searches could generate the same amount of CO2 as boiling a kettle for a cup of tea. If Google is to be believed, it seems their search engine is more energy efficient than that. You can read all about it here.