Hydrogen fuel cells will provide clean energy to a Teledata facility in Manchester, UK, as the company aims to decarbonise its operations with hydrogen identified as key in achieving this target.
Unveiled today (Dec 17), 1.2MW of solid oxide fuel cells, provided by Bloom Energy, will be implemented into Teledata’s 1500m2 data centre in Manchester which provides cloud hosting and various services for online platforms.
To achieve this, Conrad Energy will fully fund the installation of the efficient and hydrogen ready Energy Servers from Bloom, enabling Teledata to increase the resilience of the data centre and future proof their power supply.
Matt Edgley, Director of Teledata, said, “It is becoming incredibly important for data centres to take control of their energy supply, both for technical and commercial certainty and for sustainability reasons.
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