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The Verified Market Research study looks at green data centres by component, including cooling, networking, power and management software. Image credit: dlohner | Pixabay

New report finds green data centre market to reach USD145-billion

With technology use increasing and the sustainability of data centres in the spotlight, the value of the green data centre market is expected to reach USD145 billion by 2028, according to a report by Verified Market Research. The growth is expected to reach a CAGR of 16.6% from 2021 to 2028 with the value of the market increasing from USD46.7 billion in 2020. The report finds different types of tools, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, are helping to drive the green data centre market.Read More »New report finds green data centre market to reach USD145-billion

A medical centre that features custom-designed HVAC systems. Image credit: Engineers Australia

HVAC design adaptations sparked by the pandemic

he COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a change in HVAC engineering, particularly in medical buildings. Hospitals for instance, were not originally designed to operate with numerous potentially infectious people walking through the doors. However, early in the pandemic, Aspen Medical constructed a 51-bed surge centre in just 37 days. Every bed was in a mechanically controlled isolation area with systems ventilating the air 12 to 15 times per hour.Read More »HVAC design adaptations sparked by the pandemic

A medical centre that features custom-designed HVAC systems. Image credit: Engineers Australia

HVAC design adaptations sparked by the pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a change in HVAC engineering, particularly in medical buildings. Hospitals for instance, were not originally designed to operate with numerous potentially infectious people walking through the doors. However, early in the pandemic, Aspen Medical constructed a 51-bed surge centre in just 37 days. Every bed was in a mechanically controlled isolation area with systems ventilating the air 12 to 15 times per hour.Read More »HVAC design adaptations sparked by the pandemic

AHR Expo success reignites energy for all things HVAC&R

The AHR Expo returned at the beginning of February to Vegas after a forced break in 2021. After two years of uncertainty and a longing to reunite the industry, the event represented an eagerness to return to business drawing almost 31 000 attendees. What’s more, the success of the show signals a reignited energy for all things HVACR and the community’s readiness to take on the challenges and opportunities ahead with renewed optimism.

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