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Novva Data Centers will build on a 20-acre site in the 167 square mile Tahoe Reno Industrial Center near Reno.


The Tahoe Reno Industrial Center tenants include big names such as Tesla, Google, Switch, PetSmart, Home Depot, Walmart, Chewy, Zulily and more than a hundred other companies and their warehouse logistics centers and fulfillment centers.

The new data center will cost more than $500 million to develop. Novva expects to bring the 60-megawatt facility online in 2024.


Novva specializes in building colocation data centers, which provide data center space for several tenants. Amenities include offices, meeting rooms, break rooms and shower facilities.

The 300,000-square-foot Novva Tahoe Reno facility will feature six 10-megawatt data halls, each with 30,000 feet of space and a wide open design that maximizes the available area for tenants.

One of the more interesting aspects of the facility is its security measures. In addition to perimeter gates with 24-hour monitoring, Novva Tahoe Reno will use autonomous aerial drones as well as robotic dog monitoring.


The robotic dog can confirm occupants through facial scanning and recognition and monitor temperatures for proper data storage.

“The Tahoe Reno Industrial Center near Reno is a growing tech hub centrally located to major Western cities with access to renewable energy alternatives and attractive sales and use tax abatement programs, making it an ideal location to continue our expansion in the Western U.S,” said Wes Swenson, founder and CEO of Novva Data Centers, in a statement.

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