Apple to build another data center in Denmark

The US tech company is adding another Danish data center to the mix. Denmark is thus up to 3 – perhaps 4 – data centers.

Denmark will become home to another data center for US tech giant Apple, which announced in 2015 that it would construct a data center in the Danish city Viborg. Now, the company has released a new statement that the company will build a center in the city Aabenraa as well, announces the Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate in a press release.

"Denmark is in the lead of the pack in green energy technology. That Apple, with such a significant environmental profile, once more chooses to put its investments in Denmark, confirms my idea that we as a country have something special to offer. As the minister for energy, utilities, and climate, I'm very proud of that," states the Danish energy minister, Lars Christian Lilleholt.

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