Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced in an interview that the company would completely switch to renewable power by 2030. This means that a number of Google’s data centers and offices will abandon coal and oil power and switch to renewable power. Google calls the plan an extended goal, and Mr. picchay agrees that it’s a bold move that requires political and technical breakthroughs. < / P > < p > under the plan, Google will have to relocate some of its data centers, and sandar Pichai is aware of the problems associated with doing so. He said: “we see a huge logistics challenge in our data centers and office parks around the world, which is why we have been trying to figure out how to do this last year And we are confident that we will reach it by 2030. &Google is not the only company contributing to climate change. Microsoft has committed to achieving a negative carbon value by 2030, which means that Microsoft will reduce its carbon emissions by more than half by 2030 and remove more carbon from the atmosphere than it emits annually by that year. In addition, last month, the company announced that its direct operations, products and packaging would also achieve zero waste by 2030, further curbing the threat of climate change. < / P > < p > Google has been a carbon neutral company since 2007, and Google will support the use of its cloud services by everyone, including oil and gas companies, to tap other resources. This will further address Google’s criticism that it is still doing business with companies that produce energy from non renewable resources while supporting renewable energy. Google said the proposed media negotiation rules would put its free services in Australia at “risk”