A new startup offering land and power for industrial campuses has been launched by two former Google staff.

“I am very pleased to announce the launch of Sepia Infrastructure,” Sepia CEO Fabien Vieau announced on LinkedIn this week. “Sepia Infrastructure delivers next-generation industrial campuses for electro-intensive users across Europe. And yes, this includes data centers!”

– Sepia Infrastructure

According to the company’s site and Vieau’s post, Sepia develops “low-carbon land and power solutions for industrial customers.”

The company said it develops shovel-ready, permitted, industrial land across Europe, and the associated HV electrical infrastructure solutions; creates on-site and off-site low-carbon energy solutions; develops build-to-suit shells; and offers advanced cooling solutions and community services.

The company hasn’t provided any details about the locations or scope of any planned developments. Sepia’s site lists offices in Paris and London.

“We are convinced that new industrial campuses cannot be established successfully without a thoughtful, robust, and honest collaboration with the community and the authorities centered around local synergies and environmental initiatives,” Vieau added.

Vieau was previously a Google veteran of 14 years and was most recently data center sustainability director at the search and cloud company.

Other people named as part of Sepia include Andrew Metcalf, another Google veteran most recently part of the company’s subsea fiber team; and Amandine Chaillous, who has held numerous energy advisor and director roles, including at Neoen.

“I’m thrilled to be part of this journey and to contribute to revolutionizing industrial campuses for electro-intensive users across Europe,” Chaillous said.