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Google buys construction plot for data center in Denmark

There are no plans yet, says spokesperson from Google about the acquisition of a plot near a transformer station in Kassø, Denmark which is currently being expanded.

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Denmark may soon be able to add another data center to its growing collection. Google, which announced this summer that it had bought construction sites near Fredericia, informs that the company has acquired a plot of 131 hectares in Denmark in the area Kassø near Aabenraa.

"At this point, we have no plans to use the plots, but we would like to secure the opportunity to expand our data centers in Europe if our work requires it," says head of communications at Google Denmark, Helle Mayor, in a press release.

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