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Green Mountain 22000 m2 Data Centre in a mountain near Stavanger.
3 Grid Supplies and cooled by fjord water

Powering up its Data Centre in Stavanger, Norway this week with 3 independent ‘Green’ grid supplies, Green Mountain offers a real alternative to the serious predictions released by OFGEM (UK Government Energy Body) regarding future power costs and capacity in the UK.

Green Mountain is just 6.8ms from London offering an abundance of Green renewable power at some 40% below the current UK power costs of which can be set at a fixed 10 year price; providing predictable OPEX.  As well as 3 Grid supplies to the site their facility has N+1 stand-by generators for ultimate resilience of power into the future.

Alistair Buchanan, Chief Executive of OFGEM’s comments may cause concerns within the UK IT Industry following on from his statement that «the combination of UK power plants closing, foreign gas supplies shrinking, and demand rising, has made British energy reserves «uncomfortably tight».

«We have to face the likelihood that avoiding power shortages will also carry a price. If you can imagine a ride on a roller-coaster at a fair ground, then this winter, we are at the top of the circuit and we head downhill » fast. Within three years we will see reserve margin of generation fall from around 14% to below 5%. That is uncomfortably tight. About 10% of our current generation stock goes next month as coal and oil fired power stations close earlier than expected to meet environmental targets» he said in an article in the Daily Telegraph recently.