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Ireland and Denmark get a slice of Apple as company announces huge European project

Ireland and Denmark get a slice of Apple as company announces huge European project
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Apple is to invest €1.9bn to construct two new data centers in Europe.

The fresh commitment will see the new installations powered entirely by renewable energy and create hundreds of jobs.

The sites are to be in Athenry on the west coast of Ireland and Viborg in Denmark.

The investment will be divided equally between Ireland and Denmark and represent Apple’s biggest project in Europe to date.

Apple CEO, Tim Cook, says the project will introduce the company’s most advanced green buildings and boost local economies.

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