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Kojo Ako-Asare, corporate finance manager; Adrian Garcia, corporate finance analyst; and Axel Martinez, assistant treasurer

Using renewable energy to fuel its data centers is one of the ways Google is fulfilling a four-year-old commitment to reduce its carbon footprint to zero. But electricity generated from the sun or wind isn’t the best match for the data centers operated by the $29 billion Internet search engine provider. Wind isn’t constant and sunshine is limited, while data centers have to have power around the clock. Nor can the energy be stored for later use to deal with the differences in the timing of supply and demand.

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