Online retail giant Amazon is working with Pattern Energy Group “to build a 150-megawatt wind farm in Indiana” to generate power for the company’s data centers; the question is whether that will include a new data center in central Ohio, reports The Columbus Dispatch. Officials in Ohio “have been working for months to attract a $1.1 billion cloud-computing center,” potentially in either Dublin or Hilliard, according to the article. While Governor John Kasich “said in October that Amazon had ‘already committed’” to building in the state, Amazon would not confirm that plan. Jerry Hunter, vice president of infrastructure at Amazon Web Services, did go on record about the company’s energy plans, saying the company is bringing “a new source of clean energy to the electric grid where we currently operate a large number of data centers and have ongoing expansion plans to support our growing customer base.” The wind farm would be in Benton County, near the border with Illinois, and it will be capable of delivering power to Ohio. For more, read the full article.