Potential US data center investors were excited to hear about the Swedish offer presented by Data Centers by Sweden during last week’s Power Briefings in Washington DC and Silicon Valley. Big Green Data attended the events and are optimistic about the outcome.
During last week’s Power Briefings in Washington DC and Santa Clara, Silicon Valley, hosted by Data Centers by Sweden, potential US investors were informed about the new Swedish electricity tax and how it could cut their costs if they were to establish data centers in Sweden.
Several potential investors from renowned IT companies attended the power briefings, and the Swedish message was well received. The US participants were not only impressed by the advantageous cost reduction the new tax regime implies for data centers operated in Sweden, they were also intrigued by the sustainability of the Swedish offer as well as Sweden’s outstanding infrastructure.
We were happy to see that our message got across to the attendees, Mikael Aamisepp from Big Green Data says, hopefully they now have their eye on the Swedish market and the High Coast region when they plan their next data center investment. I know we have an outstanding offer and are able to meet the high expectations set by this week’s power briefings.