Lamont signs data center incentives bill into law


Gov. Ned Lamont has signed into law a measure that incentivizes data center operators to locate their supercomputing facilities in Connecticut.

The law, which goes into effect July 1, allows the operators of data centers built in Connecticut and who meet certain requirements to forgo state taxes on property, financial transactions and other state fees for 30 years after construction. Under the law, qualified data centers may also avoid paying taxes on construction, rehabilitation, renovation, repair and operation of the facilities.

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