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India’s Uttar Pradesh government is planning a Data centre park

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India’s Uttar Pradesh government is planning a Data centre park

Uttar Pradesh government intends to establish a 200-acre data centre park.

200 acre park, located in Sector 28 of the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) in Gautam Budh Nagar district, will give priority to data centres with a capacity of 40MW when it comes to land allocation.

Additionally, the state government would subsidise up to 60% of investor loans and 25% of land acquisitions, as well as provide stamp duty exemptions or reductions.

It is believed that 30 IT companies, both domestic and foreign, have expressed interest in investing in the park.

Multiple large data centre developments are planned in Uttar Pradesh as part of a broader data centre boom in India.

Reliance Jio announced in February a $950 million campus, while Adani Enterprises and STT GDC announced projects in June. In Noida, Uttar Pradesh, HCL, Google, and TCS already have operations.

Microsoft intends to construct a software park in the New Okhla Industrial Development Authority’s Sector 145 on 60,000 square metres of assigned land.

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