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The three-year deal will see electricity supplier provide BT green power from 2022 Total will supply BT Group with renewable electricity for three years from next April, the companies have announced. Total signed a contract with the UK telecom giant that will see the electricity supplier provide a mix of solar, wind and hydro energy… Read More
Facebook has signed a deal to purchase 100 MW power from solar provider Sunseap, which will be used to power the company’s operations in Singapore. This will include Facebook’s first custom-built data centre in the region.
Solar power will be generated by panels that will be placed on rooftops of 1,200 public housing blocks and 49 public buildings.
Green developer SIMEC Atlantis Energy has announced plans to construct the world’s first sea-powered hyperscale data centre in the north of Scotland.
The site in the Caithness region of Scotland will be powered by electricity generated from MeyGen, a tidal energy project SIMEC Atlantis launched 2010 at an offshore site between Scotland’s northernmost coast and the island of Stroma.
The energy consumed by data centres in China is projected to exceed that consumed by Australia last year, a new report has claimed.
Greenpeace East Asia and the North China Electric Power University, which jointly penned the report, estimate the sector’s electricity consumption to jump to 267 terawatt-hours (TWh) by 2023, surpassing the 261 TWh consumed by Australian homes and businesses in 2018.
Edge configuration, deployment and management will define data centre success between now and 2025, says Vertiv Vertiv has released a midpoint update to its widely cited data centre 2025 forecast, revealing the dramatic rise in prominence of edge computing in the data centre ecosystem. The initial report asked data centre professionals to predict the market… Read More