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Apple goes green with new Apple Park campusCEO Tim Cook offers details on Apple's new campus. The company's new HQ is powered by 100 percent renewable energy, using one of the largest solar site installations in the world.
Now let me tall you a little bit about our new home. We'll start moving in Apple park later this year but of course such a large move is really more of a process and the first big step is the opening today of the Steve Job's theatre. It's the most state of the art purpose build theatre ever. Built for events just like this one. Apple Park has been built to reflect Apple's values for both technology and the environment. It connects extraordinarily advanced buildings with a rolling park land. To form and open and inspiring environment for our teams to create and collaborate. The park itself was converted from a sea of asphalt, into 185 acre dream space with over 9,000 trees. It's powered by 100% renewable energy. [APPLAUSE] Thank you. [APPLAUSE] And, in fact, we have one of the world's largest on-site solar installations right here. We've got a great visitors' center, which will be opened later this year, where we will welcome everyone. And inside the visitors' center you'll find an incredible augmented reality experience where you can learn more about Apple Park, its design and its innovations. You'll also find a fantastic new Apple retail store. As you know, Apple retail has always been about more than selling. [BLANK_AUDIO] It's about learning, inspiring and connecting with people. Now our stores are also the best place to go discover, explore, and experience our new products.