Stack is to develop a new data center campus in Phoenix, Arizona.

The company announced this week plans to develop a five-building, 230MW campus on a 50-acre site in Phoenix, Arizona.

“Capitalizing on the abundant growth opportunities in the Phoenix area offers our clients the utmost scalability and flexibility while being highly cost-effective and embracing renewable energy resources,” said Brian Cox, chief executive officer of Stack Americas. “Expanding our footprint in this fast-growing market is a testament to our continued dedication to anticipating the needs of our clients and staying ahead of the curve in the industry by quickly delivering significant added hyperscale capacity.”

The company said the more than 1.7 million square foot (157,935 sqm) campus will include a low water use design, a dedicated on-site substation, and will run on 100 percent renewable energy.

This will be the second campus Stack will have in Phoenix. The company announced a 150MW data center campus on a 79-acre site in the city in June 2020.

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