As seen in Data Center Knowledge, this is the fourth and final part of a special DCK series highlighting Opportunity Zones and data center developers’ building in Monroe County, home to DP Facilities' Hannibal Data Center Campus.
As seen in Impact Alpha, our Mineral Gap data center in Wise, Virginia is adding new solar power infrastructure to it's campus.
As seen in the Parkersburg News and Sentinel, the data center campus we are building in Monroe County, Ohio will bring an influx of jobs to the area.
As seen in the Columbus Dispatch, the former Ormet aluminum smelter site in Monroe County, Ohio is in line to land a hyperscale data center.
As seen in the Marietta Times, we are building a data center campus in Hannibal, Ohio next to the Long Ridge Energy Terminal.
As seen in The Columbus Dispatch, DP Facilities selected Hannibal, Ohio as the next site for its data center expansion.
As seen in the Monroe County Beacon, DP Facilities announced it will build a state-of-the-art data center in Hannibal, Ohio.
As seen in Solar Magazine, Sun Tribe Solar and Mineral Gap are partnering together to repurpose an abandoned coal mine into a solar power farm.
As seen in the Appalachian Voice, Mineral Gap is building southwest Virginia's first large-scale solar farm on a former coal mine.
As seen in Energy News Network, Mineral Gap Data Center's groundbreaking project to re-energize a coal mine as a solar farm was green-lit with federal funds.
As announced by the State of Virginia, the Abandoned Mine Land (AML) Pilot program selected Mineral Gap's proposed solar farm for grant approval.
As seen in Energy News Network, a six-member committee charged with reviewing proposals announced the winners of coal mine reuse funding.