The thwarted data center development at The University of Delaware has entered a new chapter of litigation.
A 66-page lawsuit has been filed against the University of Delaware by Pennsylvania-based The Data Centers (TDC) which alleges that the university sabotaged its effort and lied to the public.
A data center complex and 279-megawatt power plant, on the site of a former Chrysler car factory, was first proposed in 2013. Plans for a 43 acre complex promised a technologically advanced, secure home for the data of banks, insurers and telecommunications firms, according to court documents.
McCarter & English represents Data Centers LLC.