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Google wants to pay more for renewable energy


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Google announced on Friday that it would be partnering with Duke Energy, the largest energy utility in the US, to promote a plan that would increase the development of renewable energy sources such as solar and wind. Under the plan, large companies looking to go green could pay more to use green power, which would give electrical providers such as Duke the incentive to rapidly invest in renewable energy. The plan is almost a common sense measure

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Google is into everything these days. They seem to be trying to give us better lives, overall.

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Google is into everything these days. They seem to be trying to give us better lives, overall.

Just don't ask them to pay taxes. That's not on their agenda.

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Just don't ask them to pay taxes. That's not on their agenda.

A lot of other companies do/get away with the same thing...your point?

And there is another topic about Google and what Schmidt said about taxes. So stay on topic.

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renewable energy is nice and all, but its need became more economical than coals or oils, which hasn't happen yet.

perhaps it would someday, whenever who controlling the non-renewable energies decided to bloat its prices.

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Google is into everything these days. They seem to be trying to give us better lives, overall.

Just give us all your data!!

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