Author: Sara Wretborn

Amsterdam looking to expand data center excess heat reuse

Erik Rylander, head of Stockholm Data Parks, gave a presentation on the integration of data centers in modern sustainable cities at last week’s conference on waste heat arranged by Dutch Data Center Association in Amsterdam. 

Digital services plan an increasingly important role in our lives and the economy and data centers are essential for these services to operate properly. This year, the conference was mainly focusing on how data centers can be integrated (from an energy perspective) in society for the benefit of both data centers, city and environment.

Program for the event

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Stockholm Data Parks on ZDF

German public television lifts waste heat reuse in Stockholm as a way to tackle increasing power demand of the data center industry. Watch from 0:22:50.

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Stockholm Data Parks in Wall Street Journal

Stockholm Data Parks and heat recovery mentioned as pioneering technology in Wall Street Journal.

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Stockholm Data Parks in a panel at DCD data center conference in Singapore

On September 12, Stockhom Data Park’s Johan Börje participated as a speaker and panelist in Asia’s largest data center conference, the DCD South East Asia Singapore.

Watch this video with Johan to learn more about the key messages he delivered and the confernce:

Stockholm Data Parks at DCD event in Singapore 

DCPRO launches Center of Excellence in Stockholm

The world-leading data center training provider DCPRO and Stockholm Data Parks have agreed to work together to launch DCPRO’s new Center of Excellence in Stockholm. The Center will serve as the hub for providing training to data center practitioners throughout the Nordic region and Northern Europe.

DCPRO is delighted to announce the launch of a new Center of Excellence in collaboration with Stockholm Data Parks. Working together with Stockholm Data Parks allows us to enhance our course content with the best in class insights regarding some of the key trends for data center efficiency,” says George Rockett – MD DCPRO.

The first courses in Stockholm, named “Data Center Design Awareness” and “Energy Professional” will take place on October 16 and October 23, respectively. For more information about the courses, please visit https://www.dcpro.training/dcp-scandinavia.

“We are excited to be working with DCPRO to establish a center of excellence for data center training in the Nordics. Students from all over the region will have access to globally recognised courses, now also including the design and practical aspects of introducing heat recovery in a data center,”  says Erik Rylander, Head of Data Center Cooling and Heat recovery at Stockholm Exergi and Stockholm Data Parks.


For more information about Stockholm Data Parks
Erik Rylander
Head of Stockholm Data Parks
Stockholm Exergi
erik.rylander@stockholmexergi.se
+46 70 693 51 84

Stockholm Data Parks at Energy Smart San Francisco

In San Francisco Johan Börje draw attention to how data centers in Stockholm can become part of the circular economy.

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Sustainable startegies for data centers debated in Monaco

At Datacloud Europe in Monaco on June 14, Erik Rylander pushed for the opportunities created when data centers expand in urban areas.

Today, in many geographies data center growth is seen as a burden in the public infrastructure. However, when properly integrated, data centers can contribute to society and create win-win situations. Such integration can incorporate heat recovery and load balancing of the power grid.

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