Google has a project in service and for the moment has the name Sunroof, intended to determine whether the roof of a building should be to install solar panels. Thanks to Google Earth, you can evaluate the energy potential of a roof considering exposure and estimate the potential savings.
China is the second largest polluter, like the United States who want to engage in an ambitious plan to reduce emissions of CO2 in order to combat global warming. With the Paris Conference on climate, COP 21, President Barack Obama just made his last fight before the end of his term expiring next year.
“There is no challenge that poses a greater threat to the future and for future generations that change climate, “he said, announcing a program that aims to reduce emissions from US power plants in 2030. The 32 percent energy renewables are at the heart of this plan, particularly solar and wind energy.
If the action is clearly laudable, it also represents a considerable economic attractiveness. The market for solar energy is expanding, and new players are interested in this.
Thus, the car manufacturer Tesla has unveiled its new model you sl to powerwall, a domestic battery that can store electricity provided by solar panels or AC power.
Like other giants of the high-tech, Google is also very sensitive to environmental issues and renewable energy. The Californian firm has launched a new project called S unroof surely foreshadows the great ambitions for the future.