Volkswagen opens what it claims to be its second carbon-neutral super-computing hub, this time in Norway. The automaker’s new data-capacity center follows the opening of its other climate-neutral hub in Iceland. The new center in Rjukan was set up in collaboration with  Norwegian partner Green Mountain. VW says it will run only on hydroelectric energy, saving more than 5,800 tons of carbon dioxide per year compared to a conventionally operated data center. The maximum output of ...

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