Microsoft has announced #DigitalLeapDenmark, a plan that includes building a renewable data centre in the country and providing 200,000 jobs and job training to all ages by the year 2024.
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The latest in its renewable energy investments sees Microsoft partner with First Solar to power its two upcoming Azure data centers in Arizona. The 150MW solar plant is set to be operational in 2021.
Microsoft has announced that it will be building two new data centers in Norway. These will power the company's cloud experiences for businesses in the region, starting late next year.
Microsoft is forging ahead with Project Natick in a bid to create a self-sustaining undersea data centre capable of working on its own for five years by dropping one off the coast of Scotland.
Situated near the Norwegian town of Ballangen and within the freezing Arctic Circle, Kolos plans on becoming the world's largest data centre that will also be completely powered by renewable energy.