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Chase Economic Stability or ‘Save the Planet?’ The Question May Now Be Moot

Companies like Facebook, Microsoft and Google are increasingly excited about the use of renewable energy to power their data centers, and renewables account for more than half of new power sources going on line. With these evolvements in the renewable energy industry, argument like whether we should “save the planet”... Read more » The post Chase Economic Stability or ‘Save the Planet?’ The Question May Now Be Moot appeared first on Environmental Leader.
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