Springboard to a green data revolution.
Energos Reno is TerraScale’s pilot project. The pilot is complete and the project is now under the management of Yates Construction.
The Energos Reno Pilot project is now completed. Yates Construction has taken over the management of the construction phase. Energos Reno is located near Reno, NV. This 3X Award-Winning project puts sustainability at the forefront.
The data center will be occupied by TerraScale’s “IQ Platform.” This platform enables our company to take a completely unique and unprecedented position in the market.
The IQ Platform creates a solution within the green cloud that allows us to create new applications and new IP, while creating an environment to securely manage sensitive medical and patient data as well as many other verticals.
This program is “tech agnostic” part of our commitment to ensuring the platform remains ethical, transparent and creates value for users.
This design also offers unique “survivability” in terms of catastrophic loss risk mitigation to a customer’s data. It should be a priority location for federal and state governments and industry partners that support government data.
As recently illustrated by power outages from the East coast to the West coast, assured power from traditional utility companies is not guaranteed.
The site of TerraScale’s future Energos Reno data center campus is near business-friendly Reno in Fernley, NV.
The Energos Reno project is expected to strengthen and contribute towards the region’s economic vitality and growth as well as create new jobs.
TerraScale’s Energos Reno project will also provide research and development opportunities with major universities across the US to offer future internships, research opportunities, jobs, and more.
Shovel ready with power, water, infrastructure, etc.
Served by Union Pacific and BNSF rail in addition to private short lines and on-site transload facilities.
Direct access to the Oakland Port via rail.
Extensive transportation network on two major highway corridors: Interstate Initiatives Highway 50.
Low incidence of natural disasters, low energy cost, a favorable climate, and proximity to fiber infrastructure make the region ideal for data centers.
Centrally located in the west, with 70 million people within a two days drive.
The entire site sits within a federally designated Opportunity Zone, which are intended to spur economic development and job creation in eligible communities.
On-Site Rail, including Transload and Switching Services.
State-of-the-Art Building Design & Features.
The area from a digital services perspective can serve Northern California/Silicon Valley, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, and Southern California.
Nevada has been the fastest growing state in the country for the last five decades and Northern Nevada is forecasted to add roughly 50,000 people per year over the next five years.
Nevada was 1st in job growth for 2016-2019 per the Milken Institute.
51,000 new jobs forecasted in the Reno area by 2022.
The region boasts a 2.9% unemployment rate compared to the national rate of 4.4%. Greater Reno-Sparks-Tahoe has an existing labor force of more than 267,000.
Businesses within the City of Fernley range from multinational companies to regional businesses. Fernley is set to become the distribution epicenter for the state and will continue to grow in importance as volumes of freight increase over the next 30 years.
Unique tax advantages designed to incentivize growth and expansion.