How a sustainable data centre design using CHP could set us on the right path for lowering emissions towards net zero carbon operations
As a general rule of thumb, data centres don’t tend to be operated utilising above 70 percent of their total power. In addition to this headroom maintained for reasons of, e.g., redundancy, some data centre power can also become stranded, or trapped as a result of IT deployments when equipment is added, shifted or replaced in the racks.
We’re incredibly proud to share we’re nominated for Data Centre Power Innovation of the Year and Data Centre Intelligent Automation & Management Innovation of the Year for this year’s DCS awards
Natural Gas Engines for Data Centres – Will gas replace diesel as a common primary or emergency power choice?
Meeting today’s data centre stand-by power operational requirements, Natural Gas (NG) generators are becoming cost competitive with diesel generators and maintain a better emission profile to help meet GHG abatement ambitions.
When it comes to the reporting of new developments, renewable energy projects and growing capacity, few data centre markets have been as fast paced as Ireland.But for the onlooker, this […]
Emerging energy storage technologies signal radical changes for data centre power
Customer demands, regulation and the outcry against GHG emissions may make a switch from diesel standby to gas generation a timely move for data centres
Net Zero Energy Data Centres As the world becomes increasingly digitised, demand for data centre services is rising rapidly. The goal is to power digital infrastructure with renewable energy but […]
Who accounts for the economic and carbon cost of SaaS data centre power? And can it be brought under control? Few consumers think about the electricity that powers their applications. […]
Cloud native applications at scale have completely changed computing – supply side data centre power infrastructure must not hold it back Why are application SLAs and data centre power SLAs […]