Apple to Invest $921 Mln in Second Data Center in Denmark

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Apple to Invest $921 Mln in Second Data Center in Denmark
By 2014, the company claimed that 100 percent of its data centers and 94 percent of its corporate facilities were powered by renewable energy.
Danish media report that Apple will invest about six billion krones ($921 million) in the project, adding
that it will resemble the size, energy consumption and design of the company’s other data center in the country.
In 2011 environmental organization Greenpeace described Apple, which previously used
coal to power the majority of its data centers, as the least green tech company.
Reuters, citing a spokeswoman at the company, reported
that the new data center in the town of Aabenraa near the German border is due to begin operations in 2019.
Since then, the company has invested heavily to ensure that its data centers are powered by renewable energy.

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