Google Announces €600 Million Investment in New Data Centre

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Alphabet-owned Google announced a large investment of 600 million euros ($640.62 million) in a new data centre.
Alphabet-owned Google announced a large investment of 600 million euros ($640.62 million) in a new data centre.

Alphabet-owned Google announces a significant investment of 600 million euros ($640.62 million) in a new data center in Groningen, Netherlands, as part of its continued regional expansion.

The investment is predicted to create 125 new jobs, contributing to the local community’s economic growth and employment opportunities.

Ongoing Commitment:

Google’s investment in the new data center builds upon its previous commitments in the Netherlands, where it has invested over €3.8 billion in data centers and related digital infrastructure since 2014.

Emphasizing its commitment to sustainability, Google pledges to prioritize eco-friendly practices and minimize environmental impact during the construction and operation of the new data center.

Positive Community Impact:

Google reaffirms its commitment to fostering a positive impact on the local community, ensuring that the development of the new data center aligns with the needs and claims of citizens and stakeholders in Groningen.

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