Amazon Web Services announced it will build and operate a 100-megawatt wind farm in Ohio.
The wind farm will power Amazon's current and future cloud service data centers.
The Amazon Wind Farm US Central is expected to generate about 320,000 megawatt hours of wind power per year beginning in May 2017 -- enough to power more than 29,000 U.S. homes a year.
Amazon has launched a handful of wind farm projects and other renewable energy initiatives over the past two years, including facilities in Benton County, Indiana, Virginia and North Carolina.
The company has a goal of 100% renewable energy use.
Earlier this year, Amazon also announced a pilot of Tesla's energy storage batteries. The batteries are designed to help "bridge the gap between intermittent production, from sources like wind, and a data center's constant power demand."