Iceland's 'zero-emission' data center

(CNN) -- A cloud-computing company is building what it calls "the world's first zero-emission data center" in Iceland.

The British company Colt says the data center will be powered fully by geothermal and hydroelectric sources of energy, which Iceland has in spades. The blog Earth2Tech, where we spotted this story, says Iceland could become a "magnet" for data centers because of the wide availability of renewable energy sources there.

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