Facebook unveils 'hyperscale' district heat system at Danish data centre

Cecilia Keating
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Facebook's Odense data centre in Denmark | Credit: Facebook
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Facebook's Odense data centre in Denmark | Credit: Facebook

Heat recovery system will capture air from servers to produce 25MW per hour of usable heat

Facebook has unveiled a new heat recovery system at a wind-powered data centre in Denmark that shuttles surplus heat from its servers to homes in the nearby community. The district heating system, developed...

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