As companies such as Facebook and Ericsson have already realized, Sweden is a great place for data centers. In the High Coast region, our partner Big Green Data offers nine sites, each perfect for different kinds of data center projects and all affordable, stable, accessible, eco-friendly and cool.
With our nine data center sites to choose from, you will be sure to find your perfect match. Whether you are looking for a green field, brown field or rock-shelter site, our partner Big Green Data will be able to accommodate your needs. But even if our sites are all unique and suitable for different types of projects, they also have a few things in common regarding the offer:
The low costs. With the recent 97% energy tax cut for data centers, you will have a hard time finding a lower electricity cost in Europe. This, combined with the low square-meter price on land in our area, makes High Coast data centers an affordable investment.
The stability and security. Thanks to the heavy industry that has been located in the High Coast for centuries, we have developed a very powerful and stable power grid in the region, making power failures practically non excisting. But there is also political and geographical stability. Natural disasters are unheard of and there has been no war here since the early 1800s.
The accessibility. The High Coast region has three airports with international flights. They are all connected with several daily, less-than-an-hour flights to Sweden’s largest international airport, Arlanda.
The connectivity. Sweden have the world’s second fastest internet – only beaten by South Korea.
The eco-friendliness. Want to keep it green? No problem! Here you get all your electricity from renewable energie sources without paying extra for it.
The cool climate. The average temperature for the region ranges from -6 to -13 °C in the winter, and from 12 to 15 °C in the summer. Due to the dramatic coastline, the summers are unusually cool in the region and the July temperatures are comparable to those of the northernmost parts of the country.
Please visit Big Green Data’s website, or contact us for more information about the sites.
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