Echelon Data Centres is committed to the concept of Green Data, delivering large-scale data centre infrastructure that is responsibly designed, sustainably powered and allied to Echelon’s ongoing investment in renewable and alternative power sources.
Echelon currently has six facilities either live or under development in the UK and Ireland with a combined capacity of around 500MW. Echelon’s LCY10 (London Docklands) site is live and fully let, and its DUB10 site (Clondalkin, Dublin) will go live in Q4 2022 and is also fully let.
There is an average of three devices for every human on the planet, and the number’s growing exponentially. Most of these devices rely on cloud communications, built upon platforms that comprise sophisticated software and hardware systems networked across regions. Technology companies utilise data centres to provide the backbone for all the internet and cloud services […]Continue Reading »
The company’s goal is to provide essential data centre infrastructure sustainably and ethically, recognising responsibilities to people and partners, to the community and to the planet.
Echelon Data Centres believes that data centres should be powered sustainably. This means reducing strain on overburdened grid infrastructure (and thereby contributing to security of supply) in the short term, while enabling renewable energy and investing in alternative energy sources in the medium to long term.