Earth Wind & Power (EWP), a leading innovator in creating a sustainable bridge between excess energy and the exponentially growing demand for green computing power, is pleased to announce the planned offtake of excess and pre-grid offshore wind power to supply electricity to datacentre infrastructure in Northern Europe.
As the world tackles the challenge of transitioning to Net-Zero while meeting the ever growing demand for electricity to power digitalisation, this project will benefit from EWP’s expertise in turning excess energy, that may otherwise be wasted, into power for its leading-edge, modular datacentres and support Europe’s growing demand for data processing-power.
EWP’s solution offers companies within the Energy sector a powerful and unique solution for utilising excess or otherwise unused energy to create new commercial value and support ongoing investments in renewable energy generation and infrastructure.
“It is a proud moment for Earth Wind & Power given our vision to reduce environmental impact by increasing the utilisation of existing resources and our track record of securing significant renewable energy capacity around the world. This is a great validation for what EWP is doing and demonstrates how collaboration between innovative companies can provide solutions to the challenges the world faces” says Ingvil Smines Tybring-Gjedde, CEO and Co-Founder of Earth Wind & Power and former Norwegian Minister of National Public Security and Deputy Minister of Petroleum and Energy.