The leading innovative technology firm Apple will invest in the construction of two of the worlds largest onshore wind turbines located near the Danish town of Esbjerg. The new turbines expected to produce 62 gigawatt hours each year.
- Turbines is a source of clean, renewable energy that will bring its supply chain and products one step closer to carbon neutrality.
- The 200-meter-tall turbines will produce enough energy to power almost 20,000 homes and will act as a test site for powerful offshore wind turbines.
- The power produced at Esbjerg will support Apples data center in Viborg, with all surplus energy going into the Danish grid.
In April 2020: In response to COVID-19 pandemic the global technology company Apple announced its collaboration with Google to enable the use of Bluetooth technology to help governments and health agencies reduce the spread of the virus, with user privacy and security central to the design. Apple and Google will work to enable a broader Bluetooth-based contact tracing platform by building this functionality into the underlying platforms.
in November 2019, Apple announced the start of construction on its new campus in Austin, Texas, as part of its broad expansion in the city. At a production facility just a short distance away, Apple is preparing to ship the all-new Mac Pro to customers.
In September 2019, Apple announced the opening of its largest store in the heart of the Marunouchi business district in Tokyo, Japan. Apple Marunouchi is Apples third store to open in Japan since April 2019 as part of a multi-year retail investment and expansion in the country.
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Apple Inc, based in California, USA, is a global technology company. Apple leads the world in innovation with iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV. Apples more than 100,000 employees are involved in designing, developing, and selling consumer electronics and computer software to the world.