$ 25 million is the budget of the Google AI Impact Challenge. Money is allocated to organizations that need the help of artificial intelligence to solve global problems. The World Resources Institute and WattTime recently received $ 1.7 million from Google to track dirty energy. First of all, we are talking about coal stations in regions that do not want to reduce atmospheric emissions. Money will be spent on the development of the Carbon Tracker technique. This analytical center identifies the relationship between atmospheric emissions and the operation of some facilities. Among other things, observations are being made from satellites of objects that are not close to them. Thus, it was possible, for example, to convict Chinese energy companies of operating facilities declared closed and to prove that they have exceeded emission standards. The project plans are to increase satellite capacities and monitor the maximum possible number of power plants. Google’s AI will help determine what is released into the atmosphere and in what quantities.