Apple is investing $1 billion in a renewably-powered data center.
The tech giant will build the site in southern Denmark for online services like iTunes and App Store.
The facility, which will cost 6 billion Danish crowns ($921 million), will be entirely powered by renewable energy when it opens in 2019.
Apple recently launched a $1 billion green bond to green its existing and future facilities.The company’s CEO Tim Cook has been an outspoken advocate of climate change mitigation and sustainability.
Cook, with other corporate executives, lobbied the Trump Administration not to pull out of the Paris Agreement.