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Apple, Google, Facebook and others have chosen a several hundred-mile stretch in North Carolina to build their mega east coast data centers. Check out my 4-part series on the cluster, the resources that go into it, and why some are betting on clean power:

Workers building out the power lines around Apple's data center

Apple, Google, Facebook and other Internet giants have chosen a several hundred-mile stretch of land north of Charlotte, North Carolina to build their mega east coast data centers. These are some of the largest data centers in the world for some of the most powerful Internet and tech companies on the planet. Why here? Will this continue in the future? And what’s been the affect on the local communities? Check out the 4-part series I published this week on North Carolina’s mega data center cluster, the resources that go into these things, and why one, in particular, is betting on clean power:

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