Leeds data centre operator working on district energy scheme

A Leeds, UK-based data centre operator called DatacentreDynamics working closely with air conditioning manufacturer Airedale International to design and build a prototype district heating recycling scheme.

The company has two data centres on the south bank of the UK city, and plans to use the waste heat to warm its own 300 seat city center conference auditorium and said it could also be used to provide heating to The Tetley – a nearby contemporary art space initiative operated by Project Space Leeds.

Airedale already provides aql data centers with cooling solutions that integrate its free-cooling chillers using cooler ambient air outside to cool intelligent indoor units to deliver precise climate control within the data center, minimizing energy consumption and ensuring no energy is wasted.

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