French oil and gas supermajor teams with Google Cloud to develop ‘Solar Mapper’, a digital tool that uses satellite imagery and AI to mine the solar potential of houses.
Google announces a 1,600MW package of 18 new solar and wind energy purchase deals, that will take its total renewables portfolio to 5.5GW.
The first of its kind, this integrating technology means that consumers can now tell their Google Assistant to start and stop charging of their electric vehicle.
Google Maps will now tell you where your nearest EV charging stations is – its charging speed, and its availability. You’re welcome.
German energy giant teams with Google to extend rooftop solar mapping tool to Great Britain, and potentially also to Italy.
Within days of each other, Google and Apple both announce they are now matching all of their electricity needs with renewable energy production.
Google’s parent company has joined Tesla and other smaller companies, developing ways to store wind and solar affordably.
Google’s new company Dandelion will attempt to do for residential heating and cooling what SolarCity has done for rooftop solar.
From next year Google will purchase 100 per cent of the energy it uses from renewable sources, mostly wind and solar. Because it is cheaper.
Google’s 2014 acquisition of artificial intelligence company DeepMind has paid dividends, by helping to save the company 40% on its data center cooling electricity bills.