In November we posted a report titled "Apple & Google: Tech Leaders in Harnessing Solar Energy," where we pointed out how these two Silicon Valley technology leaders were rightfully taking advantage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act's generous tax credits for developing alternative clean energy. Clean energy just happened to be a particular point that Obama once again spoke of during his inauguration speech yesterday. Google has been working on a number of next-generation energy projects such as delivering Heliostat mirrors that will be able to harness solar energy against strong winds and hail. Another such project came to light earlier this month when the US Patent and Trademark Office published a new patent application tilted "Solar Energy Substrate Aerodynamic Flaps." For those of you who are interested in all-things related to Green Energy, you should check out Google's latest invention right here, or should I say Moon Shot Project.
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