Keppel Data Centres inks MoU exploring use of hydrogen to power floating data centre park

Keppel Data Centres has inked a Memorandum of Understanding with City Gas and City-OG Gas Energy Services to explore using hydrogen to power its Floating Data Centre Park (FDCP) in Singapore.

Announcing the news on Monday (26th Oct), the three companies will jointly explore and evaluate the energy transition to hydrogen in the longer term, as well as LNG procurement strategies.

The parties will also deliberate on cold energy harnessing for the FDCP and share expertise on steam methane reforming.

“As industry leaders in technologies, such as the tri-generation LNG and steam methane reforming, our partners will provide insights which will enhance the design and envisaged operations at the FDCP to achieve optimal energy efficiency and reduction in carbon emissions,” said Wong Wai Meng, CEO of Keppel DC.

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