Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Google announces a data centre powered by 100% renewable energy in Denmark costing about $700 million

A new Google data center will be built in Denmark at a cost of almost $700M. The company first said that it wanted to have the option of doing so exactly a year ago.

Google got as far as purchasing land right next door to one of Apple’s two data centers in the country. Although this one is in a different location, Google likely chose Denmark for the same three reasons

Denmark’s energy minister Lars Christian Lilleholt explained a year ago the benefits Denmark offered for operations like the upcoming Google data center.

We have some of Europe’s lowest power prices for companies, some of the greenest energy, and a high security of supply.

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