Google's Black Eye For Green Energy

Investor's Business Daily
November 2014
Investors Business Daily;11/25/2014, pA12
Junk Science: Google is literally and figuratively pulling the plug on its investment in renewable energy because the technology doesn't work. Will its flop persuade the feds to stop dumping billions down this rat hole?


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