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Meridian backs proposed Southland data centre

Gavin Evans
Wed, 16 Dec 2020

Gavin Evans
Wed, 16 Dec 2020
Meridian Energy has agreed to supply up to 100 megawatts of electricity for a new hyperscale data centre proposed north of Invercargill.The $700 million Datagrid project, being developed by the founders of Hawaiki Cable and Callplus, would start as a 25,000 square-metre, 60 MW facility and scale to 40,000 sqm over several years. The project is contingent on securing an anchor tenant to underwrite the laying of new undersea cables linking the site to Sydney and Melbourne and the current Hawaiki cable, which lands at Mangawhai heads north of...

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