Centrinet's datacentre is carbon-neutral


Centrinet's datacentre is carbon-neutral

A new datacentre has been built that offers a carbon-neutral environmental footprint. Power for Centrinet’s new 30,000-square-foot Smartbunker datacentre is provided by Ecotricity, an electricity supplier that generates all its power from wind farms.

The Lincolnshire datacentre is also underground to reduce the amount of cooling required. This also lowers the power consumption of the air conditioning units. One of the first businesses to use the hosted service is property firm Regis

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