A industry agroup was founded for Data Centres Iceland

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Data Centres Iceland (DCI), a industry advocacy group for the Icelandic data centre industry, was founded within the Federation of Icelandic Industries on Friday the 2nd of March.

The main goal of DCI is to promote the interests of the nascent data centre industry in Iceland. The country is an attractive location for the global data centre industry, given its abundance of green power and relatively low and stable energy prices.  

The mission of DCI is to support the growth and development of this new industry and ensure that Iceland is a preferred location for new data centres and their customers from Europe, the U.S., and around the globe.

The board consists of, the chairman, Kolbeinn Einarsson from Advania, Isaac Kato of Verne Global, and Ágúst Einarsson of Nýherji.