New Glenrothes data centre to be the world’s most energy efficient

Construction work has started on what is touted as being Scotland’s (and possibly the world’s) most energy efficient data centre campus, a recent news report has been able to reveal.

The facility at Queensway Park in Glenrothes will be the first facility of its kind in the UK to draw 100% of its energy from renewable sources.

The campus will connect to the UK’s largest biomass plant and feature high speed connections stretching to more than 7,500 kilometres across the UK with global connection points.

It is a joint venture between Edinburgh based developers County Properties Group and AOC Group, who are in advanced discussions with Etix Everywhere, an international developer to run the facilities and provide technical support.

Queensway Park director Alan O’Connor said: “This is one of the largest and most challenging projects we have been involved in and is the culmination of four years carefully planning every aspect of design and resilience.”

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