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Alphabet becomes biggest corporate renewable energy buyer in US

Alphabet becomes biggest corporate renewable energy buyer in US

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Alphabet becomes biggest corporate renewable energy buyer in US Tech group purchases enough green power to match its global needs

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Google buys renewable energy from 20 wind and solar projects around the world.

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Officials hope to be dependent on renewable energy by next year. Last year, the online company consumed as much energy as San Francisco.

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