The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission had to grant an order to Google’s subsidiary, Google Energy, which stated it could buy and sell energy at market rates. Google is not, however, a power provider to consumers as of yet. The move into the energy market was identified as a way for the company to reduce its carbon footprint.
An in-depth Google search uses about as much energy as boiling a kettle of water. Renewable energy sources can be costly to accommodate the energy use that millions of searches require each day. By moving into the energy market, Google can help control its costs for renewable energy and lower the company’s carbon footprint.
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