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Bennbrooke supports the development of several hyperscaler data centers in the Frankfurt am Main and Berlin regions as a local development partner.

In 2023 and 2024, Bennbrooke is involved in a large number of hyperscaler data centers as a local development partner for our customers.

In the greater Frankfurt area alone, Bennbrooke is supporting its customers in the development, planning and implementation of a total of three data centers with a total capacity of around 500 MVA connected load in the final expansion.

In addition, Bennbrooke is assisting a longstanding client with its first large data center campus in the Berlin region.

Bennbrooke is therefore currently providing support in four hyperscaler data centers throughout Germany with a total capacity of around 700 MVA, all of which are being implemented in parallel.

The biggest challenges that Bennbrooke had to overcome were supporting the planning and project-related implementation of the individual power connections for these projects.

Several new Bennbrooke projects in the greater Frankfurt area, in the Berlin region and at other locations in Germany and Switzerland are on the starting line.

Bennbrooke has specialized in acting as a local development partner and "enabler" from day 1 of the projects for our customers in terms of joint project success.

About Bennbrooke:
Bennbrooke is a project developer specializing in data centers. Since our foundation in 2016, we have initiated, accompanied and successfully completed almost 20 data center project developments with the handover of the project development to our customers. In total, Bennbrooke has been involved in the
development of data centers with a total capacity of almost 1 gigawatt of connected load throughout Germany, with the Frankfurt am Main region continuing to be the regional focus.

You can find more information about Bennbrooke at

Bennbrooke GmbH
Rheinpromenade 9
40789 Monheim am Rhein

Bennbrooke GmbH – Press Release – April 2024

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