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Facebook has acquired 212 hectares of land in Andrup, Esbjerg, Denmark to build a new data centre facility.
Apple is investing in the construction of two of the world’s largest onshore wind turbines to supply energy to its new Viborg data centre in Denmark.
The tech giant said the 62-gigawatt hours of energy produced by the 200-metre-tall turbines in Esbjerg will advance its 2030 carbon-neutral goal, announced in July.
Apple has announced the construction of a second data center in Denmark, as a similar facility is held up in Ireland. Expected to be operational in 2019, Apple’s new Danish data center will be powered by 100% renewable energy. It will be built to similar specifications as the Jutland facility opening later this year, in terms… Read More
Two new data centres in Denmark and Ireland will benefit the environment, with the Denmark centre to be used for heat production Apple is pushing ahead with their plan to be one of the greenest companies in the world – thanks to the introduction of two new green data centres. About US $1.8bn is being invested… Read More
Russia has asked visiting members of a Danish foreign policy committee to leave their modern mobile devices at home during a pending official visit to Russia. By ‘home’, Russia means Denmark – not the visitors’ hotel rooms or embassy. Nick Haekkerup, leader of the country’s primary opposition party, posted his surprise on Facebook, commenting that… Read More