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Google Invests $94 Million in Solar Energy: (Source: Energy Refuge) Photo: Google Just before Christmas day,...

Google Invests $94 Million in Solar Energy: (Source: Energy Refuge) Photo: Google Just before Christmas day,...

Google Invests $94 Million in Solar Energy by Antonio Pasolini on December 26, 2011 Photo: Google Just before Christmas day, Google announced it has made a new $94 million investment in a portfolio of four solar photovoltaic projects currently under construction by Recurrent Energy near Sacramento, CA. “This investment represents our first investment in the U.S. in larger scale solar PV power plants that generate energy for the grid—instead of on individual rooftops. These projects have a total capacity of 88 MW, equivalent to the electricity consumed by more than 13,000 homes”, Google said on its blog . The internet giant said this new investment brings its total alternative energy investments to more than $915 million. In 2011 it helped more than 10,000 homeowners to install solar PV panels on their rooftops. SunTap energy, a a new venture formed by KKR to invest in sola...

Full article: http://www.energyrefuge.com/blog/google-invests-94-millio...

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