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Inside Google’s “moonshot goal” to rely on carbon-free energy by 2030

Andrew Freeman of Axios reports on Google’s goal to rely on carbon-free energy by 2030.

The C3 Take
  • Google has recently launched a “moonshot goal” to rely entirely on carbon-free energy 24 hours a day, seven days a week by 2030.
  • In order to reach this goal, Google is partnering with geothermal company Fervo Energy, which will help to power Google’s data centers in Nevada.
  • The private sector is leading the way to a cleaner energy future.

“At its virtual I/O event Tuesday, Google announced that its climate intelligence computing platform will be able to shift tasks between data centers to maximize the use of renewable energy.”

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