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Data Centre Developments in Europe - 2021 Onwards

  • ID: 5342838
  • Report
  • June 2021
  • Region: Europe
  • 74 Pages
  • Tariff Consultancy
Report Finds New Third-Party Data Centre Space Under Development of Approximately 1.6 Million M2

The analyst finds a new third-party Data Centre Space under development of over 1.6 million m2 with investment to a total of Euro 15 billion from 2021 to 2023. 


The Data Centre Developments in Europe - 2021 onwards report is based on research made for Data Centre planned developments across seventeen European Countries (including Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK) using the analyst's unique database of third- party Data Centres in Europe collated at the end of May 2021.


The analyst calculates that the new Data Centre projects from 2021 onwards will add potential new space of almost 1.6 million m2 and over 2,900 MW of power in the seventeen European countries surveyed.


The report reveals that compared with 2020, there has been a significant increase in new Data Centre buildouts from 2021. DCP identified 105 build outs as of mid-2021, up from 70 in January 2021.


The UK sees the highest number of new Data Centre projects with twenty-two - followed by Germany with fifteen and now Spain with ten, followed by France and Italy with eight facilities, 


The report provides a profile of each of the Data Centre that is expanding giving an insight into the presence across Europe as well as details of the proposed development(s).


Why should you buy this report
i) Provides an insight into key new development Data Centre projects in Europe
ii) Insight into those Data Centres that are expanding and what their portfolio is in other European countries
ii) Easy access to 105 Data Centre Development Projects across 17 European countries; sorted by country, provider, city and size 


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Methodology
Executive Summary
European Data Centre Development Overview: First half of 2021, covering seventeen key countries


Austria
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary


Belgium
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary


Denmark
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary


Finland
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary


France
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary  


Germany
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary   


Iceland
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary   


Ireland
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary


Italy
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary


Netherlands
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary


Norway
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary


Poland
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary


Portugal
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary


Spain
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary


Sweden
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary


Switzerland
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary


UK
Data Centre Providers Expansion Plans: Space, Power, Location, Proposed Launches
Data Centre Provider Profiles for new developments.
Summary


Conclusions - Key Data Centre Developments during the first half of 2021   


List of Figures
Figure 1 A pie chart showing the number of new Data Centre projects by European Country (as of the end of June 2021) in percent.
Figure 2 A table showing the number of new Data Centre projects by European Country (as of the end of June 2021)
Figure 3 A chart showing the new Data Centre space by Country in ‘000’s of m2 - as of mid-2021
Figure 4 A table showing the total amount of Data Centre projects, new space and percentage growth (sorted by the percentage increase in space)
Figure 5 A chart showing the growth in new Data Centre space as a percentage of installed base by each country
Figure 6 A table showing the Equinix Data Centres in Helsinki
Figure 7 A table showing the Equinix Data Centre facilities in France
Figure 8 A table showing the Interxion France Data Centre facilities
Figure 9 A table showing the Equinix Data Centres in Germany
Figure 10 A table showing the NTT Ltd Data Centres available in Germany
Figure 11 A table showing the Interxion Data Centre facilities in Germany
Figure 12 A table showing the x-scale hyperscale facilities worldwide (both open & under development)
Figure 13 A table showing the CyrusOne Data Centre facilities in Europe
Figure 14 A table showing the Aruba Data Centre facilities planned in Italy
Figure 15 A table showing the Equinix Data Centre facilities in the Netherlands
Figure 16 A table of Equinix Swiss Data Centres
Figure 17 A table showing the Equinix Data Centre facilities in the UK
Figure 18 A table showing the Virtus UK Data Centres
Figure 19 A pie chart showing planned Data Centre space by Data Centre Provider in percent
Figure 20 A table showing a breakdown of the planned space by the largest Data Centre Providers - in m2 of Data Centre space


Appendix I A list of the new Data Centres to be launched from 2021 onwards Three tables showing a list of the new Data Centres to be launched from 2021 onwards – Sorted by Country Market, Sorted by location, and sorted by size (m2)
Appendix II Equinix Data Centre Locations in Europe (EMEA)
Appendix III Global Data Centers (NTT) Data Centre Locations in Europe


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The report Data Centre Developments in Europe - 2021 onwards uses information on 105 projects collated by DCP on key new third-party Data Centres planned across seventeen (17) European Countries.


This report finds that there will be approximately 1.6 million m2 of potential raised floor space under development with over 2,900 MW of power when complete. DCP calculates that the project capex will total around Euro 12 billion in total.


From the research, the analyst highlights the following key trends:


  • The UK sees the highest number of new Data Centre projects with twenty-two - followed by Germany with fifteen and now Spain with ten, followed by France and Italy with eight facilities.
  • In some markets the amount of new Data Centre capacity could be transformative with Portugal’s potential Data Centre space growing by 410 percent and Ireland’s growing by 127 percent (based on the announced new space build outs with planning permission) and Norway’s growing by 101 per cent.
  • A number of new large start-up Data Centre Providers are entering the European market, backed by large private groups. An example is SINES 4.0, a new campus Data Centre development in Portugal, which if completed, will become the largest campus in Europe with 450 MW of power. SINES 4.0 is being supported by investment groups Davidson Kempner Capital Management LP (US) & Pioneer Point Partners (UK). Both investment funds are also financing the roll-out of Echelon Data Centres in Ireland (with up to 400 MW of power). The level of investment funding from private equity funds allows for more speculative large-scale Data Centres to enter the European market.
  • A focus on new markets for Data Centres: Over the last six-month period to the end of June 2021, there has been a move in Data Centre investment away from the traditional FLAP (Frankfurt, London Amsterdam & Paris) markets - which have previously attracted the majority of Data Centre investment - to smaller Tier II markets including Portugal (Lisbon & Sines), Spain (Barcelona, Bilbao & Madrid) as well as other city markets -including Dublin, Oslo, Copenhagen, Berlin & Vienna.  

Data Centre construction in Europe is currently booming - with the first phase of build outs to appear during 2022. Compared with 2019 to 2020 the number of new Data Centre projects from 2021 to 2022 has increased by sixty percent.


The growth in new facilities in Europe reflects the spread of Data Centres to smaller metro markets in Europe who are now catching up with the larger FLAP markets with large campus developments. The relative lull in Data Centre investment in 2019 to 2020 as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in an increase in new projects scheduled to start from 2021 and 2022. DCP will continue to track these new developments.


 


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  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Ireland
  • Iceland
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland 
  • UK
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The analyst researches its reports typically within a three-month period. All of its reports are based on primary and secondary research including interviews with relevant companies/operators covered in the report. The analyst also draws on its extensive in-house database and its contacts in the field of telecommunications it has established since the company was launched in 2006.

The analyst has 26-years of experience in the field of telecoms pricing both mobile and fixed. They have a network of consultants as well as a multi-lingual research team, with languages spoken French, German, Polish and Spanish.

 

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