Apple invests in wind turbines for data centre: Page 2 of 2

September 07, 2020 //By Nick Flaherty
Apple's data centre in Viborg
Apple is backing two 200m on-shore wind turbines to power its data centre in Viborg, Denmark
of renewable energy to their broader operations after joining Apple’s Supplier Clean Energy Program five years ago.

Since October 2015, 72 manufacturing partners in 17 different countries have committed to 100 percent renewable energy for Apple production.

The Esbjerg wind project follows the recent completion of one of Scandinavia’s largest solar arrays, located in Thisted, Northern Jutland, the first Danish solar project built without the use of public subsidies.

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