Post Falls, Idaho. – Beyond Green, Inc. and CDH Consulting recently announced the availability of a new data center property in norther Idaho. Located in Post Falls and Rathdrum, Idaho, the 460- acre sites can support several 500,000 sq. Ft. Single mission-critical data centers or smaller data center projects.
“With data center demand by Hyperscale companies and for cloud computing rising, we believe the need for mission-critical data center space will grow rapidly in the next two to three years. For prospective data center end users, the Beyond Green/CDH Consulting property in Post Falls will provide outstanding economic development incentives, low power costs and the ability to design and build a data center facility to suit specific needs, stated Gerald Decker CEO, Beyond Green, Inc.”
Working in conjunction with two (2) separate utilities as the energy providers, the Post Falls property boasts some of the lowest power costs in the country. At under 4.00 cents per kWh, with an estimated PUE of 1.30 or lower, the energy cost at the Post Falls site is considerably lower than the industry standard of 1.35. The Post Falls site will also include a 100 MVA onsite power sub-station and a top of the line evaporative cooling system.
Carrier neutral connectivity capable of redundant pathways can be provided from Qwest, Level 3 AT&T, Zayo, Intermountain Infrastructure Group and Fat Pipe.
Substantial economic incentives are also available from the state of Idaho including possible real estate tax abatement. Idaho is a business friendly state with a “can do” spirit of collaborational cooperation!
Located 15 minutes from Spokane, Washington, the Post Falls site is uniquely located near Interstate 90 the major transportation corridor across Washington and Idaho, as well as the Spokane International Airport. Beyond Green, Inc. operates as a self-managed , self-administered and fully integrated Corp. engaged in the management, leasing, marketing and development.
CDH Consulting, a data consulting firm that specializes in data center design and construction, has 20 years of data center experience. The firm has been involved in 12 data center projects in the Pacific Northwest. Chris Hardin, President of CDH Consulting, is a data center industry veteran with ties to the Silicon Valley and a 15 year track record of supporting data center end users. For more detailed information on the Post Falls property or to tour the location, contact Chris Hardin at (509) 534-5805 or at kristie@GVDcommercial.com