STT GDC India Partners O2 Power for Data Centre in Bengaluru


New Delhi, India ST Telemedia Global Data Centres India Private Limited has announced a partnership with O2 Renewable Energy (IV) Private Limited to obtain renewable energy under a captive structure. This renewable energy will power STT GDC India’s Bengaluru data centre in the state of Karnataka.

Announcing the partnership, Sumit Mukhija, CEO at STT GDC India said, “Environment, Social and Governance are at the core of whatever we do as we continue to contribute towards achieving inclusive and responsible growth. Sustainability remains an imperative as we grow and expand.  We strive to achieve carbon-neutral data centre operations across our facilities in India by 2030. This partnership with O2 Power further demonstrates our resolve in adopting and promoting sustainable best practices.”

Rakesh Garg, co-founder and head of wind vertical, O2 Power said: “STT GDC India is a prestigious client in O2 Power’s growing C&I portfolio. This strengthens customer confidence in our execution and delivery capabilities. O2 Power is geared towards making green and clean power available to businesses across scale, size and segment.

Following its ESG Strategy, STT GDC India is committed to operating carbon-neutral data centres by 2030. Additionally, STT GDC India currently sources about 36% of the energy used in all of its facilities from renewable sources. Meanwhile, the company is working towards taking the share of renewable energy to ~60% over the next four years.