Google inks major wind energy deal for green data centre push

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Iowa deal will generate 407MW of energy for data centre use

Google has signed a deal to supply its giant Iowa data centre (pictured below) in the US with up to 407 megawatts (MW) of wind-generated energy, as it becomes the latest tech giant to tout its green credentials....

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