$300m-plus for Infratil-backed data centres

Gavin Evans
Wed, 21 Oct 2020

Gavin Evans
Wed, 21 Oct 2020
Infratil unit CDC Data Centres will invest more than $300 million in the two facilities it has started building in Auckland.The company is aiming to have the two centres in Silverdale and Hobsonville ready for fit-out from the end of the 2022 financial year. Each has 10 megawatts of capacity and is about 80 percent contracted.In a presentation to investors today, Infratil said construction is ahead of project timelines and electricity supply is on track.It didn’t detail the locations but said the Hobsonville site covers about 7,000 square...

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