Alphabet Inc. unit Google LLC plans to invest about €600 million in a new data center in Hamina, Finland, to match the growing demand for its services, Reuters reported.
The data center will be Google's second in the city.
The company spent €800 million to convert an old paper mill in Hamina into a data center facility in 2009, according to the newswire. The technology giant has signed power purchase agreements in September 2018 from three wind farms in Hamina to supply renewable power to the existing data center.
Google's other European data centers are in the Netherlands, Ireland and Belgium, the report added.