Google has completed the acquisition of hundreds of acres of lands in Kansas City’s Northland. The search engine giant plans to develop data centers at the site. According to Kansas City Business Journal, property records show that Google bought 236.4 acres of land to the north of Hunt Midwest...
Country: United States
Region: North America
Gross SqFt: 800,000
Total Power: 78.8 Megawatts
Ownership: Google owns the building.
Google's Sustainability Projects in Georgia
Google recycles wastewater at the facility through its own water treatment plant. (Source: Data Center Knowledge) Despite getting lots of rain, Atlanta has faced droughts in the last decade.
Google announced in 2018 that it will acquire 78.8 MW of solar power to run the data center. (Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle
- Built in 2008
- Expanded in 2015