Google to invest $3.3 billion in European information centers


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Google today likewise stated it’s making a significant financial investment in renewable resource. 

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Google on Friday stated it’s investing 3 billion euros, or about $3.3 billion, in information centers throughout Europe over the next 2 years. 

The business likewise stated it’ll invest an extra 600 million euros next year to broaden Google’s information centers in Hamina, Finland. The moves bring Google’s overall financial investment in Europe’s web facilities to 15 billion euros because 2007, the business stated. 

“We look forward to partnering with governments and other stakeholders in the months and years ahead,” Google CEO Sundar Pichai composed in a post. “Together, we can make sure every European benefits from a strong and sustainable digital economy.”

He stated the information center in Finland “serves as a model of sustainability and energy efficiency for all of our data centers.”

Google made the statement the very same day environment strikes started around the globe, focused on drawing worldwide attention to ecological problems. Hundreds of Google workers said they’d join local protests

On Thursday, Pichai likewise stated the business’s making a significant financial investment in renewable resource, with 18 brand-new energy offers throughout the United States, Chile and Europe. That consists of acquiring energy from solar farms in South Carolina, North Carolina and Texas, and making information center financial investments in Chile that integrate solar and wind power. On Friday, Pichai stated almost half of the megawatts the business is acquiring will be produced in Europe.

Earlier this year, Google stated it was likewise broadening its information center existence in the United States. The business stated it’s investing $13 billion in information centers and workplaces around the nation, mainly in the Midwest, South and on the East Coast. That consists of brand-new and broadened information centers in Ohio, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Texas. New and broadened workplace places consist of websites in Virginia, Georgia and Chicago.

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