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Natural Gas (NG) generators are becoming cost competitive with diesel generators and have a better greenhouse gas emission profile
Ireland’s data centre sector is uniquely positioned to lead the world in sustainable power, Ed Ansett, founder and chairman at i3 Solutions Group explains how.
Experts at i3 Solutions break down the ever-evolving context surrounging data centre energy storage solutions.
In the drive for Green House Gas abatement and net zero operation, every energy storage option at source, grid, switch, battery, UPS and generator back up in data centres is changing.
Panel: What's the answer to the power over-provisioned data center? And what is the bigger opportunity?
What’s the answer to the power over-provisioned data centre? and which is the bigger opportunity? As peak demands rise, a risk averse approach can result in upwards of 40% of drawn power being stranded in the layers of data centre redundancy.
If you missed our Founder and Chairman Ed Ansett discuss on Datacenter Dynamics alongside Uptime Institute, Electric Power Institute and Equinix, you can watch the panel discussion on-demand now
The case for gas engine standby generators in data centres and what it means for the future of diesel
i3 Solutions Group and EYP Mission Critical Facilities GHG Abatement Group Second White Paper details why we need standby power and why natural gas blended with hydrogen could be the fuel of choice for the next decade.
Ed Ansett, Co-Founder and Chariman of i3 Solutions Group, discuesses the position of SaaS providers who act as both customer and supplier. He explores whether power use is rishing up the agenda for SaaS companies and their customers and asks if not, why not?
The team at i3 Solutions discusses the balancing act between energy, site selection and price when building a more sustainable data centre.
Ed Ansett, Founder and Chairman of i3 Solutions Group, asks could the Irish data centre sector explore energy sources such as natural gas, biogas and blended hydrogen for its power
In a world where sustainability is ever more prevalent, the continued use of diesel in data centres just won’t do. Customer demands, regulation and the outcry against GHG emissions may well make a switch from diesel standby to gas generation a timely move for those facilities still running on ‘dirty’ fuel, says Ed Ansett, founder and chairman at i3 Solutions Group.
Sustainability is both a journey and a destination. For data centres to become truly sustainable there are many things that must change and some things that must end, says Ed Ansett, Founder and Chairman, isub>3 Solutions Group.
Customer demand, regulation and the outcry against GHG emissions may make a switch from diesel standby to gas generation a timely move for data centres
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, writes Ed Ansett, Founder and Chairman of i3 Solutions Group.
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The new series of white papers aims to provide vendor-neutral decision-making support together with insights into the factors associated with the many technology options currently available to the sector for lowering the carbon footprint of data centre operations.
Who accounts for the economic and carbon cost of SaaS data centre power? And can it be brought under control? i3 Solutions Chairman and Founder Ed Ansett talks to Datacenter Solutions for their latest digital magazine (we’re on page 22!)
A white paper issued jointly by the i3 Solutions Group and EYP Mission Critical Facilities (EYPMCF) collaboration on greenhouse gas abatement explains the role that low carbon energy sources will play in the data centre powered grid.