Google has made its largest renewable energy purchase to date. The company announced that it has made over a $2 billion investment in renewable energy infrastructure projects in a number of different locations including the United States, South America, and Europe. The renewable energy purchase includes a 1,600-megawatt package of both wind and solar power, as well as 18 new agreements for sustainable energy. In total, the investments will increase Google's sustainability efforts by 40%. Google has also indicated that this is the largest corporate investment in sustainability.
Notably, the solar investment projects are located in farms in North Carolina, South Carolina, as well as Texas. Additionally, one of the important new agreements relates to hybrid developments in Chile, which uses both solar and wind power.
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