The Ashburn Data Center Project, Vantage is a smart grid project located in Ashburn, Virginia, US.
The Ashburn Data Center Project, Vantage was completed using smart grid as the technology category. It is an advanced grid infrastructure project with a rated capacity of 30MW. It is implemented in the data centre.
The smart grid project is developed by Vantage Energy.
The Ashburn Data Center Project, Vantage has the following equipment associated with it:
- – Data Center
Vantage Energy will construct and complete the Ashburn Data Center Project, Vantage.
– Vantage Data Centers has brought our expertise and operational excellence to the largest data center market on the planet-Northern Virginia.
– The first facility will include 30MW of IT capacity, with 14MW now online.
– We are committed to large-scale development to support our customers‘ needs now and into the future.
– 42-acre campus
– Five planned, multi-story data centers
– 720,000 sq. ft. of planned data center space
– 142MW of critical IT load
– 200W/sq.ft. average densities across campus with the capability to support high-density applications
– Numerous green initiatives to maximize sustainability.
About Vantage Energy
Vantage Energy Inc (Vantage Energy) is an oil and gas exploration company which carries out acquisition, development and exploration of oil and natural gas properties in the US. The company develops and explores natural gas projects consisting of tight gas sands, gas shales and coalbed methane in North America. It acquires and develops properties with undeveloped potential and applies technical and operating expertise to improve the value of these resources. Vantage Energy has properties in the Appalachian basin, Fort Worth basin and Uinta-Piceance basin. The company operates through its offices located in Washington, Pennsylvania; Fort Worth and Decatur, Texas. Vantage Energy is headquartered in Englewood, Colorado, the US.
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