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Apple to spend $2 billion on clean energy data centers in Ireland and Denmark

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Apple is investing €1.7 billion ($1.93 billion) in two data centers in Europe, both running on 100% renewable energy, the company announced Monday

The new facilities, each measuring 166,000 square meters (545,000 square feet) will be located in Athenry, Ireland, and Viborg, Denmark. Apple expects the data centers, which will power several of Apple’s online services, including iTunes Store, App Store, iMessage, Maps and Siri, to become operational in 2017

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“This significant new investment represents Apple’s biggest project in Europe to date,” said Apple CEO Tim Cook in a statement Read more…

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