2. The social media giant was attracted to build in Oho because of the location, government support, livability and workforce talent, according to Rachel Peterson, the company’s director of data center strategy and development. The company was also attracted to the area because of the availability of renewable energy sources like wind, solar and hydro energy.
3. The announcement is a big win for Ohio. Kasich said the state is diversifying its economy, veering away from solely investing in the manufacturing industry. “Ohio has it all,” Kasich told The Associated Press. “You’ve got the cool factor. You’ve got exciting companies. You’ve got the lower cost of living.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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