Harper’s Magazine has a spread showcasing a blueprint of Google’s Oregon data center in The Dalles. The article documents the data center at 68,680 square feet with three buildings, two that are currently completed. The data center would require enough power to light up about 82,000 homes, equivalent to 103-megawatts of electricity.
Check out the full blueprints over here, and take note of the dormitory building and various landscape.
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Postscript: Also, the New York Times has a piece on this.