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Operations have already begun in Blönduós and construction work to expand the data center is currently underway.
Landsvirkjun and the high-tech company Advania Data Centers have signed a power contract for the supply of 30 MW to the data center at Fitjar in Reykjanesbær.
A new report on Landsvirkjun's CSR progress and focus for the year 2016 has been published.
The protocol was developed as a partnership project of Landsvirkjun, Reykjavik Energy, HS Orka and the Icelandic Environment Agency.
Landsvirkjun and Advania have signed a power purchase agreement for the supply of energy to Advania’s data center in Fitjar.
A new report has been published about investment incentives in Iceland. The report, written by PriceWaterhouseCoopers with input from the Ministry of Industries and Innovation as well as other stakeholders, was commissioned by Landsvirkjun. It outlines the country’s regional investment framework and includes examples of projects that have received incentives, the application process and relevant useful information for companies and investors evaluating Iceland as a destination for investment.
Cushman & Wakefield have published their Data Center Risk Index for 2016 in which established and emerging locations are ranked according to risks affecting data center operations.
The construction of Theistareykir Geothermal Power Station
Request for tenders for mechanical and electrical equipment.
The Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) announced last year that its next high performance computing (HPC) facility will be located in Iceland
Level 3 has announced that the company is working with Verne Global, a data center operator in Iceland, to implement a point of presence (PoP) in its data center
To commence power production in the autumn of 2017
58 megawatts (MW) for a metallurgical grade silicon metal production plant at Bakki
Landsvirkjun’s wind turbines prove to be well above the world average in utilisation
BT has announced that it is adding a Point-of-Presence (PoP) at Verne Global data center campus in Iceland.
The first report to be published only via the web
Operations are expected to begin in the year 2016
A detailed look at Iceland as a choice for industries and companies interested in the benefits of power security.
Report by PWC on the business environment in Iceland, including an overview of the economic system, housing, taxes and workforce.
Nordic HPC – How four universities work together to maximize computing power by offshoring to Iceland.
Report by Broadgroup on Iceland as an international data center hub.
A report by PWC on the important factors needed in order to evaluate Iceland as a location for your business. The report includes general information on the country in addition to details on the economic system, housing, tax and labour.