updated - June 4, 2020 Thursday EDT
Google has announced in a blog post that it will be adding 842 megawatts of renewable energy capacity to power its data centers. The investment is the largest purchase of renewable energy made by a non-utility company.
South Korea is becoming the dominant player in the global effort to develop commercially viable renewable energy sources. The Asian country hopes to produce a minimum of 1000 units of hydrogen-powered vehicles, including the supporting infrastructures, by 2020.
Walmart is taking a huge step towards a greener future by teaming up with SolarCity and SunEdison, two solar energy providers as it plans to put up 400 new solar panels in all its stores and facilities across the United States by 2018.
Amazon took a big step on Wednesday, Nov.12 in vowing to run its data centers on completely on renewable energy, after several other big companies like Apple, Google and Facebook pledged their commitment.