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Prime Expands Its Footprint Into Denmark With a 124MW Green Campus

Big news coming out of the Nordics! Prime, a data center developer, continues its rapid global growth trajectory with the exciting announcement that the company is expanding its EMEA data center footprint with a 124-Megawatt data center campus in Denmark. Known as the world’s most sustainable country, Denmark represents a great opportunity for Prime’s target audience of international cloud providers, Internet businesses, AI, and the Global Fortune 500.

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The new campus, located Energivej in Saeby, will consist of three hyperscale datacenters, which will be carbon neutral and powered by 100% renewable energy, delivering a net-positive environmental impact. 

“This will be Prime’s most sustainable campus developed to date with a unique

PUE offering that is neutral, reinforcing the company’s commitment to our customers, ESG,

and to building the foundation for global technology advancement,” said Nicholas Laag,

Founder & CEO of Prime. 

Prime Denmark: Sustainability at the Forefront 

Additional sustainability highlights include biofuel-powered backup generators, environmentally 

friendly building materials, and a customer option for in-rack cooling offered through Prime’s partnership with New Nordic Data Cooling ApS.  

Among the lineup of project partners involved include Invest in Denmark, the Danish Data Center Association, Saeby Varmeverk, Redbrooks EMEA, and NNDC.

Learn more in today’s press release.

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