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On Thursday, Google announced its plan to make “the biggest corporate purchase of renewable energy in history.” This announcement precedes a day of walk outs by tech employees, including those from Google, who are participating in the Global Climate Strike. The tech workers are demanding their employers take stronger actions to combat climate change.
Google’s purchase includes a 1,600-megawatt package of wind and solar agreements and 18 new energy deals, increasing the companies agreements by forty percent, according to the company. More than $2 billion will go to building out new infrastructure across the United States, Europe, and Chile as well. This purchase is the “equivalent to the capacity of a million solar rooftops,” Google’s…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts