Citizens, worry no longer about how the US will accomplish ambitious renewable energy goals in a short span of time—Google is here to save the day. The company announced on Monday that it would cover a large portion of the funding for a new offshore wind energy system on the East coast that will generate 6,000 megawatts of power to an area that experiences high power congestion and has limited options for renewable sources.
Well, this would be a good idea if those wind turbines ever get built and placed, but how likely is that?
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Is Google known for not completing projects? I think, or hope, that they do get it done, even if it’s in Beta for a few years. 😉