Tag: Lefdal

Data centers: Cooling them down

The process of establishing data centres is a tedious job, mainly because of two major challenges involved. These are, firstly, how to cool down the servers, and secondly, how to handle the heat influx from those servers. This article will address both of these issues and highlight a few innovative ways in which these problems…

Envirotech’s Road to Recognition

As CeBIT moves on to the second day, we seeing more and more people roll in to the expo, as well as the Envirotech stand here in Hannover. Consequently, Kristian and I (Kent) are becoming increasingly busy with explaining our concept to interested parties from all over the world. Thus far we’ve spoken to everything…

Norway can become the world greenest computer storage

With the correct involvement from the Norwegian government, Norway could become the world’s greenest computer storage.  The Nordic power surplus is continuing to rise. Towards 2020 there will be a total surplus of 28,4 TWh of renewable energy available within the Norwegian/Swedish  power market. In order to be able to harness this climate effect we need to…

Mine in Western Norway turns into a green datacenter

Måløy (NTB): The development of a green data center in Lefdal mine in Sogn and Fjordane has begun. If everything goes according to plan, the center is in operation within a year. The construction start was marked in Oslo on Tuesday. Several international companies are already on the customer list to Lefdal Mine Data center,…