Key features of Energetics’ data centre offer include:
Significant benefits for data centres, compared to the former monopolies, in project areas include:
Bill McClymont, chief executive officer, Energetics, said: We stand-out from traditional providers by having an overarching focus on the customer. This is reflected in our service – which includes guaranteed standards, attendance at design team meetings and single points-of-contact, among other features plus a range of cost benefits, while we also offer decades of experience and a traditional supplier heritage across our business.
Additional advantages of appointing us for data centre customers include that we offer innovative design methodologies and creative thinking in solving potential problems. At Salford’s Media City UK, we not only designed a network with two grid supply points, to satisfy the BBC’s requirement for high network resilience, but completed the project in a shorter timescale than any former monopoly would have achieved, for example.
We also regularly challenge supposedly non-contestable operation and maintenance costs prescribed by the relevant traditional regional electricity company, on a customer’s behalf, where we feel this appropriate. We secured savings of over £1m for a large retail development by successfully contesting the engineering design and substantial network reinforcement charges proposed, for example.
Previous Data Centre projects include designing and building the electricity infrastructure for a 10MVA site in central Scotland.
Visit Energetics at Data Centre World, at London’s ExCel, on 26 and 27 February, at stand J15.
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