Cheyenne is one of two finalists for a proposed US$112 million data centre, state business officials have said. State officials are looking at offering US$10 million in grants to help lure the data centre, which would be owned by an unnamed Fortune 100 company with an international presence, according to a Wyoming Business Council project description.
The company, code named “Project Summit” by the Business Council, will choose between Cheyenne and another Mountain West location in the next two to six weeks, said Molly Spangler, the council’s Investment Ready Communities director. Business Council officials and others declined to name the company, citing nondisclosure agreements and saying it would hurt Wyoming’s chances of being selected.
Source: Billings Gazette
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