Facebook, Twitter and Google are just some of the sites that most of us visit on a daily basis, but did you know that all of that data is stored, and not always sustainably? Data centers across the country provide companies with data storage but this requires a tremendous amount of electricity. Whether they use renewable or non-renewable energy to run their centers is up to the individual company. Recently, Greenpeace has been working to encourage major companies to switch to renewable energy forms and several have been making steps in the right direction. The top three companies that are building the green internet are Google, Apple, and Facebook, with a commitment to 100% renewable energy, leading the way to make our lives, online and offline, greener. These companies use solar farms, geothermal energy, and wind to power their data centers across the country and will soon be at 100% renewable as promised. Although these companies are acting as a great example, others such as Amazon Web Services and Twitter are stuck in a dirty energy past. Using mostly coal to power their data centers with no steps towards switching to renewables, these companies should take some notes from our leaders.