Wired just published aerial shots of Apple’s data center in Maiden, N.C. from Monday, when construction crews were in the midst of laying foundation for a large structure in a northwest sylvan area, and it appears the company has just begun assembling its Bloom Energy fuel cells for biogas conversion.
According to Wired:
Our flyover captured some pretty clear images of the tactical data center, the massive solar array, and, of course, this new mystery building.
— i_bad_apple (@i_bad_apple) August 2, 2012
Check out some closeups of the parts below, and Wired for full gallery and details.
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