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Apple to Spend $2B on Two Massive European Data Centers
An aerial view of the Apple data center in Maiden, North Carolina.

Apple to Spend $2B on Two Massive European Data Centers

New data centers in Ireland and Denmark will be powered entirely by renewable energy.

Apple will undertake its biggest European data center project to date, investing around $1.9 billion on two massive data centers in Ireland and Denmark. The new data centers will be powered entirely by renewable energy. Both data centers are expected to begin operations in 2017 and will employ hundreds.

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