O’Fallon’s High Tech Corridor District (HTCD) off Interstate 64 provides an ideal location for your data center needs.
There are many advantages in choosing the O’Fallon High Tech Corridor as your home to construct a new facility, relocate your company, or expand your existing organization:
Missouri’s industrial electric rates are 5.89cents per kWh, compared to the national average of 6.67 cents per kWh. (All amounts current as of April 2019.)
Ameren Missouri, the area’s largest provider of electricity, serves most of O’Fallon and offers electric rates that are among the lowest in the nation.
The O’Fallon Renewable Energy Center, operated by Ameren, is the largest investor-owned solar facility in Missouri. With more than 19,000 solar panels and a generation capacity of 5.7 megawatts, it collects nearly 8 million kilowatt-hours of carbon-free energy from the sun’s rays every year.
The Cuivre River Electric Cooperative provides affordable electric service to O’Fallon’s southwest quadrant. Cuivre River is committed to delivering high-quality electric service to commercial and industrial member-owners. From manufacturing and industrial to service and retail, Cuivre River Electric Cooperative is ready to provide your energy needs.
As the largest natural gas provider in Missouri, Spire Energy serves approximately 631,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers in St. Louis and 10 other counties throughout Eastern Missouri.
Three utilities provide water service to O’Fallon customers: the City of O’Fallon Water Department, Public Water District #2 and Missouri American Water.
Reliable and affordable sanitary sewer service is provided by the City of O’Fallon, Duckett Creek Sanitary District and Public Water Supply District #2.
Whether you’re looking for enterprise-boosting services like custom fiber loops or in need of an internet plan tailored to your business, O’Fallon offers multiple options for telecommunications service.