A provision tucked into the $45B capital bill passed in last spring’s state legislative session secured a set of incentives exempting many new data centers from sales taxes on the wide array of equipment each needs to constantly replace.
That has raised hopes among data center developers, tenants and service providers that Illinois can now attract the giant, hyperscale data centers used by colossal firms like Google, Amazon, Microsoft, IBM and Facebook, companies that lately looked outside Illinois when establishing major new operations.
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