Google To Invest $1 Billion In UK Data Centre

Google has announced that it will invest $1 billion in the construction of a new data centre in Waltham Cross, a town located just outside of London. The site, which spans 33 acres and was purchased by Google in 2020, will help the company meet the increasing demand for internet services in the region.


The British government has welcomed this investment, with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak describing it as a “huge vote of confidence” in the UK. This latest investment follows Google’s $1 billion purchase of an office building in Covent Garden and another site in King’s Cross, where it is building a new office.


The new data centre will help meet the growing demand for Google’s AI and cloud services, while also creating construction and technical jobs. Additionally, the waste heat generated from the data centre will be utilized for energy conservation, benefiting the local community.

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