Aruba puts renewable energy from hydroelectric and photovoltaic sources into the national grid, which then guarantees the energy required to supply the data centers.
At our Bergamo data center campus, clean energy is produced by a hydroelectric power plant on the river Brembo. The three-turbine plant uses the river’s water mass to produce energy.
Aruba owns a further 4 hydroelectric plants, 1 in Lombardy, in Melegnano on the river Lambro, 2 in Veneto in Chiuppano and Calvene, on the river Astico and the fourth in Friuli, in Pontebba (UD) on the river Fella.
This important contribution to the self-production of hydroelectric energy has enabled us to offset the environmental impact of our data center network.
The buildings of our Bergamo data center campus harvest clean energy thanks to photovoltaic panels installed on the entire usable surface that is exposed to sunlight.
You can visit our data centers in Italy and the Czech Republic.
Come and see our infrastructures for yourself, or ask for more information.
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