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  • Monday, December 4, 2017

    Google Hits 100% New Energy For 2017

    Google is officially 100% sun and wind powered – 3.0 gigawatts worth

    John Fitzgerald Weaver, November 30, 2017

    “Google is officially off-setting 100% of its energy usage with either wind or solar power…Google’s energy infrastructure investments have totaled over $3.5 billion globally, with about two-thirds being in the US…[Recently completed deals for 535 MW of new wind power] brings Google over 3 GW worldwide…cementing Google as the largest corporate purchaser of renewables on the planet…Citing a cost decrease of 60%-80% in wind and solar as the driving factor, Google has been investing heavily in renewables [since 2010, and, as] of November of 2016, they’d participated in 20 renewable energy projects…Google is the world’s largest corporate buyer of renewable energy…This is nearly twice as much as the next largest purchaser of renewables, Amazon, at about 1.5GW…Interestingly, just yesterday it was reported that Google shut down the lead source portion of Project Sunroof. It was suggested that Google’s logic for cancelling the program – even with an overflow of companies around the country asking for access for the leads – was that they thought selling leads for solar power was not their main skill set…The company now redirects Project Sunroof users to solar companies in Google’s main search directory…” click here for more

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