Reports are circulating that President Volodymyr Zelensky is seeking to attract hyperscalers into Ukraine, following Zelensky meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook regarding the tech giant’s expansion into the country. However, the president’s plans to expand Ukraine’s data center footprint appear t...
Metro: Bend Prineville
Region: Pacific Northwest
Country: United States
Region: North America
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Apple initially started with 160 acres in Prineville to build a 338,000 square foot data center. At the time the facility planned to draw 20 Megawatts
Apple acquired 200 additional acres for $3.6 million to support future expansion.
Apple started construction on its 2nd 338,000 sqft data center. (total of two buildings and 676,000 sqft)
Apple announced it would build a 3rd data center on the site.
- Apple signed a deal to purchase 200 megawatts of power from the Montague Wind Power Project. The wind farm is located in Gilliam Country, Oregon.
- Separately, Apple made a deal to buy 56 megawatts from Avangrid Renewables (Solar Star Oregon II) located near the Prineville campus.
- The data center campus used 115,000-megawatt hours of electricity in 2016