Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer talks energy use, love of Cupertino, new mothership campus

Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer recently spoke about Apple's upcoming Apple Campus 2, recently approved by the Cupertino City Council. Oppenheimer thanked the city for approving the new campus, and spoke about Apple's love for Cupertino. He went on to give some more details about the new campus, including the how the building will be powered, during a Q&A session at the press conference:

We are going to make over 70% of the electricty that Apple Campus 2 will use on-site through solar and fuel cells, and we will get the remaining energy that we need in California through green sources.

Oppenheimer went on to say that Apple thought that the new building would be the most environmentally friendly one of its size. He also said that Apple was excited for Campus 2 to expand their presence in Cupertino, reiterating that the company would continue to use its current campus, as well as other buildings around the city. Apple expects to move in to Campus 2 in a little over three years.

What do you think of Apple Campus 2? And any guesses as to when it'll finely get done?

Source: City of Cupertino YouTube channel

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