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Nordic data centre investment tops US$3b in last 12-18 months alone
New findings have revealed the data centre market in the Nordic region appears to be steaming ahead, with its perfect conditions driving investment.
Small town in Norway to host world’s largest data centre – for now
In terms of sheer size, the plans reveal the centre to be a behemoth at four storeys and 600 square metres, drawing on 1,000MW of power.
Solarcity fails to gain traction with their complaint against solar tax
Solarcity and 45,000 Kiwis continue to fight an uphill battle against solar tax.
Google data centers: 100% renewable is just the beginning
That’s bigger than many large utilities and more than twice as much as the 1.21 gigawatts it took to send Marty McFly back in time.
Rising demand for data centers strikes growth for power system market in APAC
That’s according to a recent research report by Technavio, covering the market outlook growth prospects.
Change is in the air: Digital Realty to power data centers with wind
Digital Realty Trust agreed to buy enough wind power to offset all of the energy spent in its colocation and interconnection facilities in the U.S.
HP goes green; moves towards 100% renewable energy
HP has upped its commitment to being green, with plans to achieve 100% renewable electricity in its global operations - with 40% by 2020.
Fully electric, highly sought after: Tesla Model 3 comes to NZ
“In my view there is no better place in the world to be plugging in a vehicle than New Zealand, with our home-grown renewable energy.”
Green UPS gives resellers sustainable advantage
At a time when sustainability and cutting back on emissions are high on the agenda for most end users, selling a ‘green’ UPS has to be a competitive advantage for resellers.