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"Data centers like this are the engines of the Internet and deliver key tools and resources to our users, including search results, YouTube videos, Gmail and other apps and data links all around the world", Standridge said.
"This is the best part of my job", Google Site Leader Brenda Standridge said as STEM students appeared with Google and state officials in a make-shift stage overlooking the construction site where work is underway for the data center. "This particular project has so much meaning not only for Jackson County but also for the state of Alabama", said Greg Canfield, secretary of the Alabama Department of Commerce. But now, Google will be at the top of the search, as the multi-billion dollar company builds its newest data center in the town of just 23-hundred people.
The data center will utilize the old Widows Creek power plant to help power the new center. We need to put trailer parks put up for the construction workers like that. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey said. "We're so glad that when Google chose to search for a place to put a data center that they found Alabama".
Google has an option for more of the abandoned Widows Creek plant, which TVA is continuing to disassemble and clean up.
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The company today broke ground on its new data center in Jackson County, Alabama.
Congressman Brooks said that he hopes that Google is the first of many major players that discover what the Tennessee River Valley in Alabama has to offer. "It's great to see companies like Google recognize what we in the Tennessee Valley have known all along - that we have a tremendous pool of talent in Northern Alabama and that this is a wonderful place to live and work".
"We're trying to get people".
Repurposing the Widows Creek site and committing to match 100 percent of their electricity consumption at the Alabama data center with renewable energy purchases reflects Google's longtime leadership on renewable energy. "Ultimately, Google will help us recruit other high-tech companies to our area". The state has approved a new program that allows companies such as Walmart, Target, and Johnson & Johnson, to buy renewable energy directly from Georgia Power. "They're using local contractors, local vendors, and it's going to be a big boom for this community", said Jackson County EDA President Shelia Shepard. "No doubt about it - this is a game-changer for us".