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Invest 3 billion in the world's largest solar IDC in the United States

Translation 10:09:30AM Jun 19, 2019 Source:China IDC circle
The content below was translated by Tencent automatically for reference.

SMM News: recently, Pegasus Group Holdings announced that it has selected (Mohave County), Arizona, USA to build its solar data center project with an investment of US $3 billion, covers an area of 717 acres, and has a power capacity of 340 megawatts.

"We chose Moha County because of the sunshine, the high quality of the workforce and the strong support of the local government, which enabled us to speed up the launch of the project," said Jay Bloom, a member of the Pegasus Group Holdings board of directors. The project will be operational by the end of 2019. "

The company did not say which company would be the main user of the data center facility, or how many customers were already considering using the facility.

"Tamil Ursenbach (Tami Ursenbach), director of economic development in Moha County, has been pushing for accelerated deployment of the project, which has helped us decide to move our facilities to Moha County," said Alberto Ramires (Alberto Ramirez), a member of the board of directors and co-founder of Pegasus Group Holdings. "We are also pleased that our project will provide 50 new jobs for people in Kingman, Burhead and the surrounding areas."

Invest 3 billion in the world's largest solar IDC in the United States

Translation 10:09:30AM Jun 19, 2019 Source:China IDC circle
The content below was translated by Tencent automatically for reference.

SMM News: recently, Pegasus Group Holdings announced that it has selected (Mohave County), Arizona, USA to build its solar data center project with an investment of US $3 billion, covers an area of 717 acres, and has a power capacity of 340 megawatts.

"We chose Moha County because of the sunshine, the high quality of the workforce and the strong support of the local government, which enabled us to speed up the launch of the project," said Jay Bloom, a member of the Pegasus Group Holdings board of directors. The project will be operational by the end of 2019. "

The company did not say which company would be the main user of the data center facility, or how many customers were already considering using the facility.

"Tamil Ursenbach (Tami Ursenbach), director of economic development in Moha County, has been pushing for accelerated deployment of the project, which has helped us decide to move our facilities to Moha County," said Alberto Ramires (Alberto Ramirez), a member of the board of directors and co-founder of Pegasus Group Holdings. "We are also pleased that our project will provide 50 new jobs for people in Kingman, Burhead and the surrounding areas."