CyrusOne Dublin I is a brand new purpose built state-of-the art data center campus offering cloud providers, systems integrators and multinational corporations customised, secure and resilient data center solutions within a key business hub.
Strategically located in Dublin, one Europe’s premier data centre locations, the facility will ultimately deliver 33,445 sq m (360,000 sq ft) of world-class technical space with an IT load of 54 MW, in three separate buildings of two storeys.
CyrusOne Data Center
Conchobar Murray Avenue
Grange Castle Business Park South
Co. Dublin, Republic of Ireland
|Water Risk and Use||Now||2030 Projection||2040 Projection|
|Regional Water Stress||Low to medium||Extremely High||Extremely High|
(Risk assessment and projections based on WRI Aqueduct Tool)
The carbon-intensity of Germany’s grid has improved about 2.5% points per year over the last 14 years of published data. (2004-1014 data from European Environment Agency, 2018 data from “The European Power Sector in 2018“)
|Percent from renewable sources||5.5%||11.9%||19.3%||24.7%|
This has been increasing about 1.6% points per year over the last 12 years of published data. (Data from the European Environment Agency.)
As part of planning our Dublin campus we developed a comprehensive ecology assessment. Based on this guidance, our landscapers planted native tree species, including a large selection of specimen trees complimentary to the local environment. Our full landscaping design focused on creating areas of grassland, wildflower meadows, and pollinator-friendly wetlands with an emphasis on native plant species. The wetland area on the west and attenuation pond on the north of the site will create a habitat for breeding amphibian species such as the Common Frog and the Smooth Newt. Through strict adherence to wildlife requirements, we helped to protect existing species and create native environments to allow sustained growth for future wildlife. It’s a good example of how small spaces can have big impacts.
This is also part of our partnership with Host In Ireland’s DC’s For Bees initiative: