Reggefiber supports start-up test of e-boiler system

Wednesday 14 June 2017 | 10:37 CET | News
Dutch operator Reggefiber has agreed a partnership with the Delft-based start-up Nerdalize to use heat generated by servers to warm homes. Instead of using data centres, Nerdalize wants to place servers in homes, alongside heating and cooling systems. The excess heat will be used for example to heat hot water for the home. Businesses using the servers will also benefit from reduced costs, up to 50 percent, according to the company, due to no need for building data centres. Consumers pay only the assembly costs, while Nerdalize covers the power and internet costs. The company will test the

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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Reggefiber
Countries: Netherlands
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