UK & Europe
The United Kingdom, made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, is an island nation in northwestern Europe. England is home to the capital, London, a globally influential centre of finance and culture.
Tech is expanding 2.6 times faster than the rest of the UK economy, the digital tech sector is worth nearly £184 billion. London ranks as second most connected place for tech in the world, after Silicon Valley. But, when it comes to proportion of overseas customers, the UK capital trumps the self-appointed tech capital of the world.
This tech growth is not restricted to London, with the report identifying 16 towns in the UK, dubbed Silicon Suburbs, which are showing a higher proportion of digital tech employment than the UK average.
Land Size 75,000
Zone DC permitted
Building Size 12MW+4MW
Total Site Capacity 48MW
Number of Sites: 2
The economy of Europe comprises about 748 million people in 50 countries. The formation of the European Union (EU) and in 1999, the introduction of a unified currency, the Euro, brings participating European countries closer through the convenience of a shared currency and has led to a stronger European cash flow.
It is important to know the European Union is not a country, it’s a global unique organisation, the entity with the biggest economy in the world. The European Union also “regulates” the global market by the Single Market. The world's most-innovative economy in 2021 is Switzerland followed by Sweden
Turkey, officially the Republic of Turkey, is a country bridging Europe and Asia. Turkey saw significant developments in the field of technology in 2020, including the manufacturing of high-tech medical devices and the launch of a new communications satellite.
Land Size 50,000
Building Size 9MW+3MW
Total Site Capacity 36MW
Number of Sites: 2