My bet is they won't be putting up a local wind farm to actually use renewable energy.
Cause that would require investing In America - instead of china.
You're right, Apple is not putting up wind farms in the US. They're putting up (mostly) solar farms
This means Apple will now be able to sell renewable power it does not need but it owns or has under contract — note that 93% of Apple facilities worldwide run on renewable electricity.
According to the FERC filing, Apple holds positions in these solar properties:
- 20 MW Ft. Churchill solar farm in Lyon County, Nevada,
- 50 MW Bonnybrooke solar facility under construction in Pinal County, Arizona
- Two behind-the-meter generating plants totaling 18 MW on its California campus.
- A long-term firm power purchase agreement with First Solar for 130 MW from a California solar farm under construction
67.5 MW of facilities in North Carolina