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Microsoft is developing datacenters of zero carbon in Sweden



January 26, 2019, Written by 0 comment

Microsoft announced recently that soon it will construct two datacenters advanced in Sweden. The company is committed to design the more ecological datacenters of the most sustainable way and outpost. These will be fed by renewable energy sources 100% with the aim of avoiding the waste of the operations.

€œWe try that our datacenters in Sweden are between most sustainable designed and operated in the world with the maximum ambition to obtain operations with zero carbon€, shelp Noelle Walsh, CVP, Cloud Operations & Innovation, Microsoft Corp. €œThe datacenter the design that we are developing will foment the continuous commitment of Microsoft for the transition to a sustainable future and with carbon low emissions €œ.

The new datacenters will be located in G¤vle and Sandviken, the cities to the north of the capital, Stockholm. Microsoft has been associated with the company of sustainable energy Vattenfall AB to obtain the required provision of energy. Vattenfall has been a regular supplier of electricity of Microsoft. It generates the energy by means of his Aeolian park €˜Wieringermeer Polder€™ in the Netherlands. Together, they are planning ways to reduce to zero the carbon track of the advanced datacenters.

€œWe will support to Microsoft in the provision and provision of renewable energy for the future datacenters and will help to provide innovating solutions to reduce the carbon track of the datacenters. Vattenfall Distribution, as proprietor of the regional network, will construct and construct the infrastructure of distribution necessary to connect the facilities on a large scale€, shelp Andreas Regnell, Vice-president Senior de Strategic Desarrollo of Vattenfall.

Microsoft not only is working in clean datacenters, but also it finds forms to increase the access to the clean energy. For this, it has been associated with Agder Energi, a producer of renewable energy and Powel AS, supplier of solutions of software for the industry of services public in Norway.

Microsoft already has datacenters in Finland, Ireland, France, Austria, Germany, the EE. UU. And the Netherlands. Microsoft shelp that Sweden for the datacenters €œin anticipation of the future needs of services of cloud and Internet had chosen as the demand in Europe continues growing€.



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