Facebook boots up €200m green data centre in Ireland

Madeleine Cuff
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Facebook boots up €200m green data centre in Ireland

Internet giant's second European data centre will be built in Clonee, Ireland, and run on 100 per cent renewable energy

Facebook has this week announced plans to build a €200m green data centre in Ireland, which will be powered with 100 per cent renewable energy and use chilly Irish air to cool its operations. The data...

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