Introduction

Snowdonia is much more than a dazzling tourist destination and a land of Arthurian legends. Amid the stunning lakes and mountains of this North Wales National Park lies a heritage of engineering and a continuing tradition of technical expertise.

Now it also offers the perfect location for a Data Park – with plentiful green energy and natural cooling, excellent connectivity, good transport links and high levels of security.

The site of the former Trawsfynydd power station is ready and waiting to be developed as a Data Park.

With a renewable source and secure supply of power, including a National Grid substation, the site lies on the banks of one of Wales’ largest lakes, providing low-cost cooling on tap.

Away from major settlements, yet within easy reach, this secure site is set among some of Britain’s most spectacular scenery – the mountains and lakes which inspired ancient tales of supernatural powers, mysterious underworlds and magical creatures.

Snowdon – the highest mountain in Wales, and higher than any in England or Ireland – is among the attractions that draw tourists and outdoor enthusiasts to the region, and make this such an appealing environment in which to live.

Yet Snowdonia is not all about recreation – with a long history of industrial engineering, the area is today a major centre for alternative energy research and other advanced engineering projects.

Abundant sustainable and secure energy, natural cooling, advanced security, connectivity and transport links – welcome to Snowdonia Data Park.

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