Google Signs 10 Years Agreement To Power Its Finnish Data Center With Swedish Wind Energy

Posted on Jun 4 2013 - 4:01pm by Editorial Staff

Google today announced that it has signed an agreement with Swedish Wind farm developer O2 and German insurance powerhouse Allianz. The agreement is for 10-years under the terms and for the time the search giant will buy the entire electricity output of a new wind farm while the output will be pumped into the grid and serve to power Google’s massive data center.


“The agreement takes advantage of Europe’s increasingly integrated electricity market, in particular Scandinavia’s shared electricity market and grid system, Nord Pool,” Google explains in a statement. “This enables Google to buy the wind farm’s electricity output in Sweden with Guarantee of Origin certification and consume the same amount of power at its data center in Finland.”

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