Weekly HVAC Industry News - 23-27 November 2015
Date: 25th November 2015 | Posted by: Airedale Team | Posted in: Industry News
Airedale Air Conditioning, Leeds, UK, November 2015
Amazon Buys More Wind Power for Cloud Data Centers - Nov 23 via @datacenter
Amazon Web Services, the e-commerce giant’s cloud services arm, has contracted with a wind farm developer for energy from a future 100 MW wind project in Paulding County, Ohio.
Pfizer and Allergan’s £99b merger to create world’s largest pharma company - Nov 23 via @bdailynews
Pfizer Inc secured formal board approval on Sunday for its acquisition of Allergan Plc in deal worth more than $150bn ($99bn).
Seminar looks at successful energy reducing strategies - Nov 24 via @HVROnlineEditor
Earlier this month fan manufacturer ebm-papst hosted a seminar at its Chelmsford headquarters which looked at energy reducing strategies and initiatives.
London data center planned at birthplace of fiber - Nov 24 via @dcdnews
Management firm Goldacre Ventures is developing a data center as part of a 35 acre business park on the site near London, where fiber optic cables were invented.
LinkedIn to open Oregon datacenter - Nov 25 via @datacentresnews
LinkedIn, the social networking website for people in professional occupations, are planning to open its third US datacentre next year in Hillsboro, Oregon.
ContainerX - sitting on the edge of the data center bay - Nov 26 via @dcdnews
ContainerX is an all-inclusive container platform which is looking to drive enterprise adoption of containerization.
As the ESOS deadline approaches... - Nov 27 via @MBS_Magazine
Bill Wright of the Electrical Contractors’ Association thinks that the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme should be one of the Government’s more successful energy-saving initiatives and shares his views on why it is a ‘good thing’.
IT infrastructure firms dominate European datacentre industry - Nov 27 via @datacentresnews
IT infrastructure firms continue to dictate the shape of the major European data centre markets, according to global real estate advisor, CBRE.
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