Google to break ground on data center in North Alabama
From The Trussville Tribune staff
JACKSON COUNTY — Google plans to break ground this month on their first data center in Alabama.
Google, part of parent company Alphabet Inc., will hold an invitation-only ceremonial groundbreaking at the Jackson County facility on April 9 and will mark the launch for the construction of the second new data center in the U.S. since 2007 and the 14th site globally for Google.
The 350-acre TVA site is an estimate $600 million project and includes the former Widows Creek coal power plant.
Find out how Alabama closed the deal here.