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Mikael Kirk Simonsen

Business Consultant Data/IT

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Esbjerg is extremely well connected to the core internet (terrestrial and submarine cables) and is closely connected to all of Europe’s major gateways.

I Esbjerg, our goal is co2 net neutrality by 2030. That’s why we always make sector coupling solutions to take advantage of waste products. Surplus heat can be used to heat private households in Esbjerg via district heating.

In Esbjerg, data centers gain several advantages:

  • Low latency and excellent fiber connectivity to all major hubs in Europe
  • Political, economic, and environmental security & stability
  • 100% renewable power in the grid by 2027
  • 99,997% power grid uptime
  • Very competitive electricity prices
  • Cool climate
  • Green innovation – energy production and storage, use of surplus heat, and a significant focus on resource and sector integration
  • No. 1 in Europe for fast building permits
  • Denmark is bordering with Germany and is close to the Central European market
  • Internet Exchange