Atlantic Hub will employ many best practices that require minimal costs and don’t require expensive purchases to reduce CO2 emissions and lower energy costs
With the substantial cost of energy needed to power and cool data center facilities, any energy efficiencies that can be introduced are most welcome to data center users. Deploying green energy efficiencies in the data center does indeed have a measurable ROI, and can significantly reduce an organization’s energy costs, and can be achieved with a minimal amount of upfront costs.
Atlantic Hub seeks to combine production of green energy with delivery of power efficient solutions to deliver fully resilient information and software applications in both primary and disaster recovery sites for large public and private sector organisations where data integrity and availability is paramount.
The campus will be supplied by 100% certified green power.
The region has the highest concentration of wind farm generation in Ireland.
100% free air cooling design using indirect air cooling technology; a combination of mechanical ventilation and adiabatic cooling with ultra-efficient heat transfer system.
This innovative cooling design will facilitate optimum airflow management and higher power density.
Rain water will be harvested to assist with environmental issues and spray evaporative cooling efficiencies.