Google Earth: General Motors Education Project

We have some interesting news to share with Google Earth users now, as General Motors has unveiled one of their latest projects which is labelled the “GM Education Google Earth Project”.

As reported from the GEarthBlog, the project by General Motors aims to allow users to make use of the Google Earth software to discover the types of energy that people use to fuel their cars, homes, and electronics.

If this is something that interests you, you can head to their website here for more information. You’ll be able to learn about Nonrenewable, renewable and secondary energy sources which are used to power some of your vehicles, all whilst browsing the familiar Google Earth interface.

There is more information at the blog, including a direct .KML link download. Let us know your thoughts on General Motors’ Google Earth project.

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