CtrlS Datacenters, Asia’s leading Rated-4 data centre service provider, plans to invest $2 billion over the next six years. CtrlS will invest in several key technologies and strategies in areas such as advanced cooling, power management, and overall infrastructure design in its new hyperscale datacenters.
CtrlS is aiming to become carbon neutral by 2030. The company is investing in 153-Megawatt Peak (MWp) solar projects across three markets, that will generate 2,50,000-Megawatt Hours (MWh) energy annually. This includes a 145 MWp solar project in Maharashtra that will be fully owned and operated by the company. By 2025, CtrlS plans to invest in additional 300 MWp projects.
The company will further enhance its water conservation measures by deploying more advanced water recycling technologies in line with its goal of 100 percent usage of recycled water at all of its datacenters.
CtrlS has brought onboard several industry veterans from global MNCs to strengthen its leadership team and drive its growth.
Commenting on the investment plans, Sridhar Pinnapureddy, Founder & Chairman of CtrlS Datacenters, said, “Since 2007, we have been committed to innovation and excellence, and the present surge in AI and cloud technologies warrants that we stay relevant to these changing market dynamics, while leading the charter of sustainability. We aspire to not only bolster our presence across key markets delivering the next generation of datacenter technology, but also to elevate the standard for the entire datacenter industry through pioneering services and sustainable practises.”
CtrlS Datacenters aims to capitalise on the ongoing digitisation revolution in India and the growing demand for next-generation datacenters.