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Connecticut Supercharges Plan for World's Largest Fuel Cell Microgrid at $1 Billion Data Center

Andrew Burger, Microgrid Knowledge Summary Connecticut has supercharged development of a 20-MW fuel cell microgrid — part of a $1 billion data center project in New Britain — with a 10-year, $55.2 million sales and use tax exemption. EIP Investments intends to build a microgrid spanning 45...


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1 GW capacity greenfield site announced for Finland

Will Calvert, DCD Summary Hanko Data Parks has announced a new hyperscale site in Inkoo, Finland with the capacity for up to 1GW of power on site. The greenfield site, which is owned by Finnish state-owned energy company Fortum, is part of a collection of greenfield sites set up by Hanko in...


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DCD>Energy Smart: Stockholm Data Parks announces 30 MW campus

Peter Judge, DCD Summary Stockholm Data Parks has launched a new 30MW greenfield data center campus at Brista, 32km north of the city, and 8km from the Arlanda international airport. The new site, announced at DCD's Energy Smart event in Stockholm, is adjacent to a combined heat and power ...


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ENGIE builds on data centre capabilities with new acquisition in Singapore

Networks Asia Summary ENGIE South East Asia has announced a definitive agreement to acquire RCS Engineering Pte Ltd., a leading player in Singapore’s data centre industry specialised in delivering M&E infrastructure to large and mission-critical facilities and already exporting its...


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Aqua Secures Nordic Data Centre Deal

ResponseSource Summary Hampshire based engineering company, The Aqua Group, has been selected as a strategic partner to PVD Modular in a deal which will see at least seven off-the-grid data centres being built across Norway (three) and Finland (four) over the coming years. Aqua will...


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How addressing data latency could heat and cool our homes and businesses

Kevin Stickney, DCD Summary Heat is a resource that can be recaptured and reused several times over and help to significantly improve energy productivity. The pace of change in how we produce and consume data is accelerating. As our world becomes ever more interconnected, we must adapt...


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New Cooling, Computing Advancements Could Mean Savings For Data Centers

Allison Nagel, BISNOW Summary A key way to save on costs when it comes to data centers is saving on power, so those who are building and running data centers are constantly thinking of ways to improve efficiency — most notably in cooling, which tends to be the biggest power draw. The...


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DCD>London: Data centers and the City

Tanwen Dawn-Hiscox, DCD Summary Waste heat and power distribution specialists discussed the interaction between digital infrastructure and urban environments at DCD's flagship event. As more data centers move into cities, they must become more closely integrated with other urban...


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Microsoft's Project Natick criticized for using ocean as heat sink

Surur, MS Power User Summary A few months ago Microsoft installed their Project Natick underwater data centre in the Scottish seas and began using it as a live data centre, studying the feasibility of the project under real-life conditions for 12 months. Deploying datacenters along the...


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EcoDataCenter plans world's first carbon-positive data centre

TradeArabia Summary EcoDataCenter, a leading Swedish developer of climate-positive data centres, has taken a global lead in this segment and is launching the first carbon positive data centre in the world, in Falun, central Sweden. With data centres expected to consume as much as 20 per...