The news comes weeks after the technology giant announced a raft of 1.6GW of undisclosed global renewable energy deals, including 720MW of US solar.
PPA is part of 1.6GW clean energy spree announced by Google last month and will allow Chicago-based Hecate to deploy 500MW of solar in Lone Star state.
Deal to procure 1.6GW of renewables worldwide will see Silicon Valley giant purchase 720MW of PV in the US, 160MW in Denmark and 125MW from Chilean solar-plus-wind hybrid.
Corporate power purchase agreements (PPAs) for renewable energy swelled to 13.4GW in 2018, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF).
Tech giant Google has signed its first power purchase agreement in Asia, according to a statement from the company released on Tuesday evening.
Already busy developing a pair of energy-efficient data centre campuses in Tennessee and Northern Alabama, Google announced an even grander plan to develop a 413MW pipeline of PV projects within both states.
SolarEdge’s electric vehicle (EV) consumers now have the option of controlling the company’s EV-charging solar inverter through Google’s AI-powered virtual assistant, Google Assistant.
E.On and Google are to bring their Sunroof platform to British households in the coming weeks as the companies hope to replicate the success of the solar modelling tool in Germany, where it has been used by more than 10,000 customers.
Just a few days after Google announced that it had officially hit its 100% renewable energy goal, rival tech giant Apple has now made the same claim.
Google will purchase all of the solar power from the 30MW Sunport Delfzijl plant in the Netherlands.
E.ON has formed a partnership with online giant Google to help it conquer the European solar market.
Google announced Tuesday that its online PV appraisal service, Project Sunroof, has now expanded to all 50 US states, with a total of approximately 60 million buildings now analyzed by the program.
Google has announced that it will reach 100% renewable energy across its global operations including data centres and offices within 2017.
A coalition of finance experts spoke to PV Tech and revealed ways the industry can work to make the technology more widespread to those all-important conglomerate companies.
Scatec Solar has sold its interest in the Utah Red Hills solar plant to a subsidiary of the Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation (MIC).