20 Dec '11, 1pm

Google Investing $94 Million More in Solar Power

Google has been a clean energy leader for a long time (see my post on 7 of Google’s top clean energy investments from earlier this year for more on that). While it dropped a major solar R&D initiative recently, it seemed it did so in order to put more of its resources into clean energy deployment projects. That theory is holding true with an announcement today that it has invested $94 million into four solar photovoltaic (PV) projects currently being built close to Sacramento, California by Recurrent Energy.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2011/12/20/google-investing-94-m...

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