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Mitsubishi Electric to highlight heat reuse at Data Centre World 2024

Thu 8 Feb 2024

Mitsubishi Electric is set to attend Data Centre World at ExCeL London on 6-7 March 2024, showcasing its advanced data centre solutions range.

The focus will be on transforming data centres from energy consumers to beneficial heat sources for decarbonisation.

Innovative Heat Reuse Solutions

Simon Prichard, Product Strategy Manager, said: “We are fast approaching the day when data centre managers can sell off the heat from essential cooling to keep nearby offices and apartments warm.”

With data centres as significant energy consumers, Mitsubishi Electric introduces strategies to repurpose waste heat, addressing both energy efficiency and carbon emission reduction.

Advancing Cooling Technologies

The exhibition will feature the launch of a white paper, discussing the central role data centres can play in the UK’s low carbon heat strategy.

Mitsubishi Electric’s IT Cooling range, designed for data centres’ unique needs, will be showcased, highlighting rapid technological advancements in cooling solutions.

Visitors to stand D740 can expect a virtual reality tour of the company’s IT Cooling production facility in Italy, offering an exclusive first look at MEWALL, Mitsubishi Electric’s data centre fan wall.

Ideal for high-density and hyper-scale applications, MEWALL combines high performance with energy efficiency, space optimisation, and cost-effectiveness.

Mitsubishi Electric’s Critical Power Division will also feature at the stand, presenting a comprehensive suite of solutions including power distribution, UPS, energy management, and operational software, contributing to the holistic approach to energy-efficient, low-carbon data centre operations.

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6-7 March 2024, ExCeL London

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