Power Infrastructure

Buckeye is fortunate to be situated in one of the most robust energy distribution corridors in the state with an abundance of supply as well as a diverse set of energy sources. Buckeye is served by Arizona Public Services Company (APS) for energy delivery. Moreover, the U.S.’s largest nuclear plant (Palo Verde) is located approximately 30 miles west of Buckeye and produces 3,937 megawatts of power.

“100 – number of years Buckeye has prepared for in water reserves.”

The City of Buckeye sits on the state’s largest untapped groundwater aquifer, the Hassayampa River Basin. Depending on the specific site location, Buckeye is served by our own water provider as well as by Arizona Water Company and EPCOR Water.

Fiber Networks

The Greater Phoenix MSA, which includes Buckeye, is part of the southwestern long-haul route, which provides interconnectivity through a wide range of destinations; including markets such as San Diego, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, the Texas Triangle and Mexico.

In addition, there are three (4) metro network providers that have facilities installed in and around Buckeye area: Century Link, Cox Communications, Frontier Communications and  Salt River Project Telecommunications (SRP). Additionally, there are 6 providers that have fiber physically in the ground here along major transportation corridors which makes a compelling opportunity for Data Center operations.

Natural Gas

Southwest Gas Corporation is principally engaged in the business of purchasing, distributing and transporting natural gas to residential, commercial and industrial customers in the southwestern United States, including Buckeye.