The report quotes sources claiming that Google filed the appeal with NCLAT on Monday.
"We believe that Google should not be in the business of war", the letter reads.
She added, "When Google was searching for its next location, I'm glad they found Alabama".
On Monday, you could find a lot of people celebrating the groundbreaking to construct a new data center for the company in Jackson County.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey and U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Huntsville, were among the crowd gathered at Google's future data center site in Bridgeport on Monday, April 9.
Hundreds of construction workers will also come to the area to help build the center.
Just last week, Google announced that it purchased enough renewable energy in 2017 to match global usage from its data center and offices. "Hopefully, it will help with jobs", said Jackson County Schools Superintendent Kevin Dukes. The Alabama facility will become its 14th data center globally and the eighth in the U.S.
David Hughes, the Mayor of Bridgeport, told us it will help grow the city that has about $2,300 people. "Having Google in our community will bring us great jobs and offer real opportunities for our young people. No doubt about it - this is a game-changer for us".
As an early digital native, Ricardo acquired vast experience working internationally in the digital space with consumer brands, start-ups, tech companies and digital agencies and at Google he led PPC experts and Google AdWords Campaign Specialists, supporting thousands of brands across the entire UKI market. "The Google footprint, initially at $600 million, is an incredible commitment to establishing and expanding the company's Internet capabilities. Jackson County and Alabama are now going to be home to some of the most advanced technology on the planet".
Congressman Brooks said that he hopes that Google is the first of many major players that discover what the Tennessee River Valley in Alabama has to offer. In addition, both state and local officials worked very hard to forge a partnership with the company and advance the data center project. "It's great to see companies like Google recognize what we in the Tennessee Valley have known all along - that we have a tremendous pool of talent in northern Alabama and that this is a wonderful place to live and work".
TVA can use some of the existing power lines for the data center's electricity demand and has pledged to provide Google renewable solar, wind or hydro-generated power to comply with Google's desire to use 100 percent clean energy. The state has approved a new program that allows companies such as Walmart, Target, and Johnson & Johnson, to buy renewable energy directly from Georgia Power.