Wind and solar farm to power Apple’s data centre in Oregon

When combined, the two projects can generate enough electricity to power the equivalent of more than 60,000 homes

A 200MW wind farm and a 69.9MW solar farm will soon power Apple's data centre in Oregon.

The facilities will supply renewable energy to Apple's Prineville 338,000-square-foot data centre through power purchase agreements.

The wind project, which commenced operation on October last year, consists of 56 turbines and the solar farm has approximately 160,000 solar panels.

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