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A power hub for international data centres

Wondering if Denmark is the best location for your new data centre? Just ask Apple, Facebook and Google.

If you are looking for the ideal location for a new data centre, we can tick all the boxes on your checklist.

Green power, low latency networks and one of Europe’s most reliable power grids are just some of the reasons why global tech giants and international colocation operators are putting down roots in Denmark.

Our stable climate offers another advantage – from a political, economic and weather perspective. That makes Denmark one of the safest locations on the planet with excellent conditions for low-energy cooling.


  • Reliable power grid with an uptime of 99.997% and 80% of power lines underground

  • Mild climate that allows low-energy cooling all year round

  • Low-risk sites available with N-1 132/150 kV power supply

  • Good access to large-scale sites due to low population density

  • 75% of the Danish power supply comes from renewable sources

  • Reuse of waste heat for district heating, which warms 64% of all Danish homes

High-speed global connections 

In addition to all that, our low latency network gives you a high-speed connection to Central Europe, Ireland, the UK and the US. And less than 50% of the fibre grid capacity that runs through Denmark is currently in use. High-capacity power connections link Denmark with the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and Germany. Connection to the United Kingdom is in the pipeline. 

Get started in Denmark

We take pride in making it easy for you to get started, by helping you find the best sites and putting you in contact with the right authorities and partners.

selected cases Apple, Facebook and Google choose Denmark

Invest in Denmark has helped several of the world’s large tech companies to establish hyperscale data centres in Denmark.

Apple has build and operates 1. phase of a 166,000m2 hyperscale data centre near Viborg. 
Facebook selected our third largest city, Odense, for a 55,000m2 data centre, and announced in 2020 an expanding to nearly 85,000m2.
Google acquired 73 hectares of land in Fredericia and now operated a 42,000m2 data centre. Google has also acquired a 131 hectares site in Aabenraa for potential new data centres.


You will soon experience why Denmark ranks no. 1 in Europe for ease of doing business and for fast construction permits.

contact How can we help your company?

If you want to know more about the data centre industry in Denmark, our dedicated advisors are ready to help you: