Google to double its $600 million investment in Lenoir data center
Google will double its investment in Lenoir, spending $600 million to expand its data center here, the company announced Friday.
Since its initial announcement in 2007 of the $600 million investment to build the data center, Google has hired more than 150 people, said Enoch Moeller, the data center’s operations manager.
Also, Duke Energy will seek state permission to create a separate rate structure for energy produced by renewable energy for large users such as Google to purchase, said Paul Newton, Duke Energy’s president for North Carolina.
For more details, see Saturday's News-Topic.