SIRACH - Data Centre Waste Heat Recovery

Tuesday 16th November 2021 10:00 to 12:30

Bookings now open

 

Book your place here 

Join us for this free online meeting and hear from a panel of experts. 

 

Overview

Reuse of waste heat generated in commercial and industrial processes will play a crucial role in decarbonising the UK's Heating and Cooling sector, which is currently responsible for around half of energy use and 1/3rd of overall carbon emissions.

The need for constant operation and strict temperature control requirements typically make data centres the perfect candidate for participation in Low-Temperature Heat Networks/Ambient Loops - the most efficient and versatile concept of district heating developed to date. With the right policymaking, support and education, there is potential for data centres to be integrated into communities and adopted as a valuable source of heat in cities.

The event will boost awareness and encourage data centre business owners and operators to take advantage of opportunities presented by the capture and reuse of waste heat energy. The expert panel will deliver presentations on topics closely relating to the subject area.

 

Programme

  • Opportunities for decarbonisation through reuse of waste heat, Dr Joel Hamilton, BEIS
  • Case study: Delivering data centre heat to buildings through a heat network, John O’Shea, Codema
  • Waste heat recovery and the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres, 

    John Booth, Carbon3IT Ltd

  • Challenges and opportunities to recovering heat from data centres, Robert Tozer, Operational Intelligence
  • Understanding the opportunity for data centre heat recovery, Matt Wegner London South Bank University 
  • Facilitated discussion and industry feedback - Carole Bond, Carbon Data.