Google Plans Mirror Tech for Green Computing

Bishopric, Carol
September 2009
Channel Insider;9/10/2009, p1
The article reports on the move of Google Inc., a company known for its Internet search engine Google, to develop its own new mirror technology that could reduce the cost of building solar thermal plants in the U.S. According to the company, it will do research to produce affordable renewable energy in the future. Moreover, it mentions other technology that the company is working on, the gas turbines, an engineering project that would run on solar power rather than natural gas.


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