Lamda Hellix announces today the cooperation with Enel Green Power that will bring a new era to the green energy transition in Greece and the data center industry. With this agreement, Lamda Hellix ensures that the electricity consumption of its Data Centers will be covered solely through 100% green power generated by Enel Green Power, through its large portfolio of renewable resources in the country. This agreement is a proof of the dedication of both companies into a green and more sustainable future.
Lamda Hellix has been multiply awarded over the course of its history for its environmental policy and practices. The company is fully committed to sustainability and energy efficiency by integrating environment-friendly policies aiming to reduce its carbon footprint while it’s also an active member of EU Code of Conduct for the data center energy efficiency. Lamda Hellix has also developed a comprehensive architecture for power consumption monitoring, has been the first data center in the world certified for its green operation with LEED O+M v4 Gold, while also been certified by ISO 14001 & 50001 for its environmental and energy policy.
Enel Green Power in Greece is already a leading owner and operator of 57 renewable plants in 24 prefectures with total installed capacity of 464MW of which 354MW comes from the wind, 90MW from solar, and 20MW from hydro plants.
Apostolos Kakkos, Chairman & CEO of Lamda Hellix, commented: “Greece is entering a new era of innovation, digitalization, and sustainability and we are proud to be part of this transition. Over the past 17 years, we have established Lamda Hellix as the largest neutral world-class data center provider in SEE, and most recently we have created SEECIX.net the first cloud & interconnection hub in the region. Our latest cooperation with Enel Green Power is part of our strategy to highlight Greece as an information hub while reducing our (and our customers’) environmental footprint through 100% renewable energy. In the last few years we have invested in our own renewable energy production and we plan to invest more in the coming years”.