Google bought land to set up a data center in Denmark.After Apple and Facebook, the search engine giant Google also took action to set up a data center in Denmark. If Google needs to buy a new data center in Fredericia, he plans to build it.After the tech company Apple and the social media giant Facebook, search engine firm Google has announced that it is buying land from Denmark to build a data center in the future if needed.According to the Information newspaper, search engine giant Google has paid more than 65 million krons (35 million TL) for 73.2 hectares of land it bought from Prinsessens Kvarter (Princeessens Semti) in Fredericia.The Google firm said in its written response to the inquiry of the Information journal that it bought the land it bought through the Danish company Dapsi ApS, whose parent company Alphabet Inc. owns it:We bought land of 73.2 hectares in "Fredericia". At the moment we do not have the idea of using land, but if it is needed, we want to guarantee the expansion of our data centers in Europe. We do not expect to make a decision on this issue in the near future. "CARBONDIOXIDE DISCUSSIONThe fact that the giant data centers to be built will greatly increase Denmark's electricity consumption and thus carbon dioxide emissions, has also brought about discussions on how useful these facilities are for the country.Apple's ongoing construction in Viborg and Facebook as well as the data center planned by Denmark to build in Odense, the third largest city in the world, as well as Google's enormous center, as well as energy claims to be born, as well as pro- The parties worry.The data center, which will be created by Facebook, calculates that there will be a consumption of 330 thousand dynes in electricity under normal conditions. Besides, the fact that Denmark's data centers could not meet their electricity needs was a matter of debate in the country.GOOGLE EXPLANATIONIn 2007, Google officials announced that data center systems are "carbon dioxide neutral" and data centers are among the most effective in the world.Despite the fact that Google will not use the land it buys in the near future, according to a report by Fredericia Dagblad, a local newspaper published in Fredericia, it has already begun working in neighboring territory of Google's arsenal.In the news, it is reported that the owner of the land, Fredicia Municipality, has begun building a power plant in the 150 kilowatt-hour powerhouse in the neighboring state of Google.In a statement to Google about this news, it was stated that the energy infrastructure would be ready for use if they decided to build a data center for the land they bought.
TagsGoogle bought land to set up a data center in Denmark. According to the Information newspaper search engine giant Google has paid more than 65 million krons (35 million TL) for 73.2 hectares of land it bought from Prinsessens Kvarter (Princeessens Semti) in Fredericia The fact that the giant data centers to be built will greatly increase Denmark's electricity consumption and thus carbon dioxide emissions