Japan's NTT to Establish Renewable Power Plants and Lay Subsea Connection in Chennai
The group's renewable energy plans and the main focus is on solar and solar-wind hybrid plants. The group also will purchase power from renewable sources.
June 30, 2023. By Nivedita Ojha
The top official stated the subsea cable system MIST with a capacity of around 200 TBPS of data had landed in Chennai.
Presently, the NTT group has 16 data centres functional in four cities - Chennai, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Noida near Delhi. The group is constructing 11 more data centres in the four cities and in Kolkata.
Sharad Sanghi, Chairman, NTT Global Data Centers & Cloud Infrastructure India Pvt Ltd, stated, "We are getting into tier two cities like Pune, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Lucknow, Bhopal and others. We have identified land parcels.”
He explained a typical data centre would indulge an outlay of around USD 100-150 million and NTT will be investing about USD 300 million in its data center in Chennai; one completed and other one under construction.
The capacity utilisation of the data centres is around 70-80 per cent. The group's renewable energy plans is that the main focus is on solar and solar-wind hybrid plants. The group also will purchase power from renewable sources.
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