Finland’s climate and easy availability seawater for cooling makes it an ideal location for energy efficient data centers.
Google has opened its highly energy efficient data center, located in a former paper mill in Hamina, southern Finland. The new EUR 200 milllion facility uses an innovative sea water cooling system which requires very little electricity. According to Google, its servers use less energy per user in a month than a light bulb that has been left on for three hours.
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