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With green credentials that include the UK’s lowest carbon energy intensity, increasing access to RERs, low-cost land and political backing, are the pieces in place for Scotland to fulfil its data centre sector potential?
Whether it is microgrids, distributed energy resources (DERs), co-gen, grid-interactive, islanded or integrated (decoupled or coupled) – there is growing consensus that data centres will require onsite or locally generated power delivered through microgrids.
To say microgrids will become a feature of future large data centre design, would be to overlook the idea that technically most data centres of scale can be configured to operate as local microgrids.
Here, Ed Ansett, Founder of i3 Solutions, discusses everything you need to know about microgrids. This conversation covers how data centres will require onsite, or locally generated power delivered through microgrids.
The microgrid discussion in the data centre sector is gathering pace, there is growing consensus that data centres will require onsite or locally generated power delivered through microgrids.
Ed Ansett, Chairman at i3 Solutions, explains why the industry needs a greater understanding of fuel cells to drive wider adoption of a technology, which could accelerate the effectiveness of the sector’s GHG Abatement efforts.
Ed Ansett, Chairman at i3 Solutions, talks us through his career and how data centre design continues to evolve. Ed shares how he started his career in engineering, and why he made the decision to establish i3 Solutions.
Digital Infra Xchange CXO Summit 2023: Understanding the Journey to Sustainable Digital Infrastructure Heat Reuse & Powering digital infrastructure.
i3 Solutions Group has been issued two patents by the USPTO (US Patent and Trademark Office) for its Adaptable Redundant Power (ARP) topology control solution for mission-critical electrical power systems.
Ed Ansett, Chairman, i3 Solutions, says changing to a dynamic power design is key to eliminating waste and maximising power utilisation
A technique to meet some of the biggest challenges faced by the hyperscale, wholesale and colocation data center market
The world’s data center operators have made big operating adjustments. Some of these changes may stick around post-crisis.
As the world is attempting to make a global effort to reduce waste and energy consumption, it is important to look closer to home and consider how we can do…