You'd better build the power plant next door. Imagine the energy that thing would consume.
The Empire State Building uses about 9-10 megawatts peak, and that's filled mostly with people and offices, not high-density servers.
I know no one reads TFA and I'm 5 days later, but: "The data center was created with Iceland in mind, which gives it potential for use by both U.S. and European companies. It can be powered by hydropower and geothermal energy, and Iceland's proximity to the Arctic Circle means natural cooling will play a big role."
Great place to start looking for information though.
"There is no statute of limitations on stupidity." -- Randomly produced by a computer program called Markov3.