Green Datacenter

Join Us For The Green Future

Arctic Capacity is building the next generation green datacentre in our DC campus in Fauske.

Our phase 1, AC DC 1, is prepared for 12 MW and ready for service in 2023.  We are offering colo services either as managed or independent.  

AC offers excellent redundant connectivity.  Choose from dark fibre to capacity connecting to the major European HUBs.  Carrier neutral – choose either Arctic or a telecom provider.

Be part of the future and make a difference for the environment and for the benefit of your economy.  Contact us below.

Europe's most favourable prices

The power prices in Northern Norway (region NO4) are highly impacted by the abundant power situation in the region.  Year to date prices as well as long term power contracts (10 year PPA’s) verifies this fact.

And at zero carbon cost

The main source of power production in Norway is hydro at zero emission cost.   Waste energy from the DC’s are reused and further improves the environmental footprint of Arctic Capacity.

Creating secure and substainable datacenters

Arctic Capacity is partnering with leading data center expert firms to design, build, finance and operate multiple secure and sustainable datacenters in the northern region of Norway.

Datacenters in Northern Norway will drive a new kind of global secure data repository, HPC and content distribution.


In a world of rapidly increasing carbon emissions from the ICT industry, Norway offers a sustainable solution.

ICT is consuming an increasing share of the World´s electricity. As most of this electricity is generated from the burning of fossil fuels,  ICT´s share of carbon emissions also shows a rising curve.

Large Data centers are heavy industrial scale facilities and require huge amounts of electricity. Norway ´s offer is unique in this context, not only presenting a 97% share of renewables in its power production but also foreseeing a significant surplus and extremely competitive price forecasts for the years to come. Long term power prices in northern Norway are expected to be the lowest in the Nordics.

Abundant, highly competitive and renewable power through a resilient, redundant grid represents a second to none proposal to the datacenters of the future.

Why Norway?

  • Top ranked worldwide in the Cushman & Wakefield Data Center Risk Index
  • Abundant renewable power, strong grid and world leading long term prices
  • Redundant connectivity available today or within compatible timespans
  • Competitive tax regime, strong economy, competent workforce
  • Stable political situation, EU-compatible framework

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