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Major Scottish data centre to rely on renewable energy

Matthew Finnegan | April 21, 2014
Plans to build a data centre which relies solely on renewable energy have been submitted to Scottish authorities, as part of a major £40 million project.

It is expected that the development will result in 50 full-time skilled technology and engineering jobs when completed.

The announcement of the application submission was welcomed by Labour deputy council leader for Fife, Lesley Laird: "News of this development for Glenrothes is particularly welcome not only in terms of the employment opportunities it will bring but in enhancing the council's plans to regenerate the entire estate," Laird said.

"Officers in the Invest in Fife team and Scottish Development International have worked closely with the company over the past twelve months or so to help identify the best location."


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