In a world of rapidly increasing carbon emissions from the ICT industry, Norway offers a sustainable solution. The Norwegian offer is unique, also in a Nordic context. Norway’s power production is, not only 98 % renewable, but is forecasted to deliver a significant surplus and extremely competitive prices in the years to come.
Long-term electricity prices in Norway are expected to be the lowest in the Nordics. Abundant, highly competitive and renewable power through a resilient, redundant grid (99.99% reliability 1996-2013) represents a second-to-none value proposition for the data centers of the future.
According to Cushman & Wakefields Data Centre Risk Index 2016, Norway is the 2nd safest country for a data center investment.
- Vast surplus of hydroelectric power, robust grid and world-leading long-term prices
- A selection of zoned sites, both centrally and rurally located, with readily available infrastructure and professional representation
- Redundant connectivity available today or timespans that are compatible with data center development.
- Competitive tax regime, strong economy, and competent workforce
- Stable political situation, EU-compatible framework