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Video: A rare inside look at Apple’s North Carolina data center


Earlier this month, Greenpeace showered praise on Apple for its commitment to green energy despite the company’s decision to locate its newest data center in North Carolina, which the environmental organization says has one of the dirtiest electrical grids in the United States. NBC’s Today was given the opportunity to check out the facility and sent chief environmental correspondent Anne Thompson to speak with Apple’s Lisa Jackson about the benefits of renewable energy and the huge amount of power required to run a data center. In the segment, we get a look at the largest privately-owned solar farm in the United States. These solar panels, which run on biogas fuel cells, allow the corporation to run its facility on 100% renewable energy and

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