Finnish data center firm Hyperco is developing two new data center campuses, each with an initial capacity of 50MW, in the Helsinki metropolitan region.
“These two Nordic sites provide us with the opportunity to develop highly tailored, sustainably delivered solutions for Hyperco clients in need of capacity on this scale,” said chief commercial officer Joachim Kauppi. “Strong collaboration with municipalities, utility companies and private landowners has allowed us to secure the most attractive plots in the region, while our local supply chain expertise will enable fast deployment for our customers.”
Reusing waste heat
Both sites can be modularly scaled to up to four times the initial capacity. They also are planned to reuse waste heat to supply local district heating networks. Heat is provided to the region’s energy customers in collaboration with local energy companies, while also helping municipalities to reduce CO2 emissions.
Both sites are in the Helsinki metropolitan area, “within good reach of logistical pathways”, said Hyperco. Last summer, it purchased its first data center, also in Helsinki.