No doubt they'll also upgrade the 767 to a more fuel-efficient 787
The search company says the system, which is expected to be operational in early 2007, will supply about 30% of the peak energy needs of six buildings in and around its Mountain View, Calif., headquarters. The system is being installed at an undisclosed price by Energy Innovations Inc. of Pasadena, Calif., which says such solar installations typically pay for themselves in power-cost savings in five to 10 years and last about 25 years.
Source: Google Campus to Get Solar Power As Alternative Fuels Gain Interest - WSJ.com
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