: Green Mountain Expands its Oslo Data Center

Dec 30, 2022 | Posted by Abdul-Rahman Oladimeji

Green Mountain has finalized the expansion of its data center campus in Oslo, Norway. As a component of its OSL1-Enebakk complex, the Nordic data center provider has constructed a new 13.5MW data center, initially slated to debut in November 2022, as was announced at the end of 2021. Earlier in January, the multi-tenant colocation facility welcomed its first tenant. It connects two 4MW data centers, each intended for a single tenant. 

Green Mountain stated that a portion of the 107,700-square-foot, three-story structure is still available for lease, but the majority have already been leased. It also has room available in future campus buildings that may accommodate 93MW. Tor Kristian Gyland, the chief executive officer of Green Mountain, stated that market interest remains robust. International clients are particularly intrigued by the possibility of obtaining a data center that operates solely on renewable energy. The location is also perfect in terms of power supply, connection, and closeness to the Norwegian capital, according to him. In addition, he stated that this data center was created with flexibility in mind in order to serve a variety of customer requirements. Customization is the operative term. 

CTS Nordics was the project's design and construction contractor.

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