GreenBox™ offers the markets most sustainable and green Colocation- and HPC data center services. GreenBox is cost effective and can support verry high density racks. The DC service is of course carbon negative.
Is your data center located outside of Norway? Just by moving it to Norway it will be beneficial for both environmental and financial reasons. If your data center is already located in Norway you will also save more of your costs because of our world class patented energy solution. Our operations have low electric energy consumption and we produce our own renewable energy. Our data center also removes CO2.
We have established a data center in collaboration with Wiig Gartneri. It is located south west in Norway at Jæren. Wiig Gartneri is a greenhouse company and they mainly produce tomatoes and cucumbers.
The data center is ready for operation during Q4 2023 - Q1 2024, with a capacity of up to 4 MW. We have several collaborations with various Internet Service Providers (ISP) and the center is being built with Uptime Tier 3 and EN 50600 standards.
Wiig Gartneri is depending on fossil fuels to operate today. Our data center is connected to their operational buildings to reduce their need for fossil fuels. We are able to do this by transferring the surplus heat from the data center to their greenhouse production. This amounts to a reduction of 2000 tonnes CO2 per year which is credited to our customers.
Circular solutions like this will strengthen sustainability, and contribute to a more energy-efficient utilization of resources and capacity in the region, as well as for the customers of GreenBox™ data center.
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In collaboration with Masiv Eiendom and Holon Architects, we are in the concept phase of establishing a GreenBox™ Data Center at Kalberg on Jæren, where Statnett is building its new main base of power supply to the South-West.
The ambition is to use a module-based approach and find symbiosis partners who can benefit from establishing themselves nearby and utilize the surplus heat from the data center.
The first construction phase is expected to be in production from 2025 with a capacity of 10 MW, and a planned total capacity of 40 MW.