: Google to sell mapping data to renewable-energy companies: report


Alphabet Inc.’s GOOGL, +0.87% GOOG, +0.84% Google intends to license mapping data to makers of renewable-energy products, an enterprise that could generate as much as $100 million in its first year, according to a report Monday by the news channel CNBC, citing internal documents. Potential partners range from solar installers SunRun Inc. RUN, +0.43% and Tesla Energy TSLA, +0.10% to real-estate companies Zillow Group Inc. Z, +1.04% and Redfin Corp. RDFN, +4.73% and hotel chains like Marriott International Inc. MAR, +1.37%.

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