1. Articles in category: Hydro

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    1. Apple acquires a 3-3.5MW Hydroelectric Power Plant for Prineville DC, no Dam required

      Apple acquires a 3-3.5MW Hydroelectric Power Plant for Prineville DC, no Dam required

      News is starting to spread on Apple’s acquiring a hydroelectric power plant for its prineville data center.The first of two, 338,000-square-foot Apple data center buildings in Prineville, shown last year when it was still under construction. The company says it will power the facility with renewable energy. (Randy L. Rasmussen/The Oregonian (2013))

       

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    2. Vantage Completes Construction of its First Quincy Data Center

      Vantage Completes Construction of its First Quincy Data Center

      Vantage Data Centers has completed and delivered the first data center on the Quincy campus to an undisclosed enterprise customer. The facility will support up to 9 megawatts of critical IT load at full capacity, as well as achieve an annualized PUE of 1.3.

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    3. As Faceboook Lulea powers up, makes sure its neighbors don't put infrastructure at risk

      As Faceboook Lulea powers up, makes sure its neighbors don't put infrastructure at risk

      Part of what a big data center company like Google and Microsoft have learned to expect is that neighbors show up after they are the first to build.  Facebook going to Lulea was one of the first data center operators in the area.  And now that there are others looking at Lulea and Facebook is going through commissioning, there are concerns there is enough infrastructure.

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    4. A Norwegian startup launches its green data center services

      A Norwegian startup launches its green data center services

      PUE is a ratio of the power used to run a data center's IT and servers versus the power for running the entire data center. The measurement is one of the more common metrics for determining a data center's energy efficiency. Germany is the big target market

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    5. Europe’s Data Centres Hit By US Shale Gas Prices

      Europe’s Data Centres Hit By US Shale Gas Prices

      Data centres could move from Europe to the US, thanks to low cost energy from shale gas, according to research from 451 Research. Cheaper energy could also dampen interest in efficiency measures for large cloud data centres, the report warns. The US will have cheap electricity and prices will be stable for some time, thanks to the large-scale exploitation of shale gas. This means that data centres, which can use several megawatts of electric power, will be cheaper to run in America. 

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