Greenergy Data Centers OÜ announced its backing by the Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund and Estonian telecoms and technology executive, Üllar Jaaksoo. Greenergy plans to develop a network of green data centers in Central and Eastern European countries and as a first step, has acquired a 20MW data center facility currently under construction in Estonia.

The virtual event took place on  December 2nd and the agenda was as follows:

  • The concept and value proposition of Greenergy Data Centers by Üllar Jaaksoo, the founder and CEO of Greenergy Data Centres OÜ

  • Statement on Greenergy Data Centers by Randolf Njisse, Greenergy Data Centers, Chairman of the Supervisory Board

  • The background and goals of the Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund by Beata Daszynska-Muzyczka, Chairperson of the Supervisory Board of the Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund

  • Discussion on Smart Connectivity and data security by Juhan Lepassaar, the Executive Director of the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity and Üllar Jaaksoo, the Founder and CEO of Greenergy Data Centers OÜ.

Greenergy Data Centers was founded by successful telecoms and technology executive Üllar Jaaksoo. The company aims to develop energy efficient and sustainable data centers facilities meeting the challenges of exponentially growing needs for data management and related energy use.

3SIIF is a dedicated commercial fund targeting infrastructure investments in Central and Eastern Europe (‘CEE’). The Fund will invest in energy, transport and digital infrastructure in European Union (‘EU’) CEE member states which border the Baltic, Adriatic and Black Seas where the demand for long-term commercial investment into national infrastructure is among the highest in the EU. Amber Infrastructure Group is the exclusive investment adviser to the Fund.