Trio studying Floating Data Centre Park in Singapore

Data firm Keppel Data Centres is studying the feasibility of developing a Floating Data Centre Park (FDCP) in Singapore, which could be powered by hydrogen.

The Singapore-based company has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Australia’s Toll Group to explore the development of a near-shore FDCP at the Loyang Offshore Supply Base, which is operated by Toll Group.

Keppel Data Centres has also signed a deal with Dutch Royal Vopak to conduct a feasibility study and assess the commercial viability of establishing LNG and possibly hydrogen infrastructure for the power and cooling plants, which will form part of the FDCP development at Loyang Offshore Supply Base.

The exploration of hydrogen infrastructure is part of Keppel Data Centres’ strategy to work towards the decarbonisation of its operations.

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