Google invests in Finnish wind energy

eing built by European renewable energy developers Neoen, CPC and WPD, the wind farms will provide power to Google’s data centre in the Finnish city of Hamina. This is the first time that Google has invested in Finnish wind energy, and also the company’s first purchases of non-government-subsidised renewable energy projects in Europe, demonstrating how cost-effective renewable energies are becoming. Google is the world’s largest corporate buyer of renewable energy and with these agreements Google’s power purchase agreements in Europe increase to 14, totalling close to 900MW in wind and solar energy. - Good News from Finland –



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