The drive for sustainability is evolving as fast as the demand for capacity.
The companies we work with are changing the world. That includes the way they consume energy. STACK is as committed as they are to leveraging thoughtful, meaningful, and impactful resource strategies.
We have a formula for reaching sustainability goals that come with delivering capacity at hyperscale. First, we think like our clients because we’ve been on their journey. We bring a unique design methodology to development. Finally, we align energy investments to regional green energy options and your strategic goals.
The Nordics are a compelling landscape for sustainable and responsible data center operations.
The Nordic region has crucial sustainability advantages including a cool climate, plentiful renewable resources, and government dedication to carbon neutrality, all of which positively impact cost, energy, and availability.
With average high temperatures below 5°C for half of the year, the Nordics allow for natural and sustainable cooling and less mechanical cooling, resulting in increased efficiency, reduced energy costs, and improved carbon footprint. In further commitment to a circular economy, STACK EMEA – Nordics repurposes waste heat from its data centers to warm homes within surrounding communities.
All STACK EMEA – Nordics data centers have used certified 100% hydroelectric power since 2009 and have won awards as some of the greenest and most energy efficient data centers in the world. Our ability to prove the renewable source of energy consumed can support all businesses on their journey towards a net-zero impact. Not only does the Nordic region benefit from plentiful renewable energy, but its governments are also committed to investing in new sustainable power generation and distribution to support a carbon neutral target by 2030.
Minimizing the impact of digitalization on our planet is at the heart of our purpose.
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