Prime Data Centers: Prime Planning a Large 124MW Campus in Denmark

Feb 02, 2023 | Posted by Abdul-Rahman Oladimeji

Prime, a developer of data centers, will construct a new campus in Denmark. This Monday, the company unveiled plans for a three-building, 124MW facility to be built on Energivej in Saeby, Denmark. The 27.52-acre site will have three three-story buildings, each with 45 MW and 348,750 square feet of space. Development timelines were not provided. 

The Prime Denmark campus will be offered to worldwide cloud providers, Tech giants, artificial intelligence (AI), and Global Fortune 500 companies.
According to the corporation, the campus will be powered by 100 % renewable electricity, and waste heat from Saeby Heat Plant will be recovered and utilized to offer district heating to the nearby population. Through Prime's relationship with New Nordic Data Cooling ApS, customers will have access to in-rack cooling that can efficiently manage power densities of up to 50 kW per cabinet. 

According to images on Prime's website and Google Maps satellite imagery, the Slystvej property that Prime plans to develop is now occupied by solar panels. Prime's current portfolio is based in California, with an Illinois campus under construction in Chicago. According to reports, the company is considering expanding into Spain. It previously promoted data centers in Spain, Spain, and Frankfurt, Germany, as "coming soon" on its website but has since removed the listings.