If you were expecting the Apple logo, fuggetaboutit... it's a registered trademark.
According to Renewableenergyworld.com, Apple Computer has big plans for their $1 billion facility in Maiden, NC. This site serves as the company's largest data center, providing storage for their iCloud, iTunes, and Siri voice functions on the iPhone 4S. All 500,000 square feet of this facility is LEED Platinum certified. No other data storage center can boast this level of energy efficiency certification.
In addition to the energy efficiency of the site, Apple is heavily invested in clean, alternative energy to provide the majority of the data center's energy needs. To begin with, 100 acres of land surrounding the building will be the largest solar array to be owned by the end-user. The 20 MW installation will provide 42 million kWh of power annually.
Apple is also building a 5 MW fuel cell facility that will provide 24 X 7 baseline power, making it the largest non-utility fuel cell complex in the United States. The fuel cell complex will run on 100% biogas. Annual output of the fuel cell portion of the energy mix will be 40 million kWh, for a total 82 million kWh of clean renewable energy.
You can read James Montgomery's original story on Renewable Energy World.com by clicking here.
You can read or download Apple's Facilities Report 2012 Environmental Update by clicking here.