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Google Wants to House Its Own Private Jet Fleet in NASA’s Hangar One

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:49 AM
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by Lori Zimmer last modified Dec 13, 2011

Google is no stranger to eco initiatives with their many investments in solar power and alternative energies, but unfortunately they still do have quite a few guilty carbon pleasures like their fleet of private jets. But at least they’re trying to make the place that houses these planes green by possibly restoring and repurposing NASA’s Ames [...]




 

 

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Google is no stranger to eco initiatives with their many investments in solar power and alternative energies, but unfortunately they still do have quite a few guilty carbon pleasures like their fleet of private jets. But at least they’re trying to make the place that houses these planes green by possibly restoring and repurposing NASA’s Ames Research Center Hangar One. The iconic, curved building is currently one of the largest structures of its kind, and is large enough to house all eight of Google’s planes so it’s a win/win.

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