Freezing temperatures in the Nordics region and parts of North America may cause serious issues for data centre construction already delayed by COVID-19, warns temporary temperature control specialists Aggreko.
Following a warning of short supplies of electricity over the next few days from National Grid, Aggreko is advising industry still reliant on grid supply to look towards decentralised energy solutions.
Data showing spiking humidity levels on construction sites are a growing concern for the sector, according to a new report from temporary power company, Aggreko.
Aggreko has developed its new Dryer DewPoint Monitoring System for its Oil Free Air Compressor product line.
The country’s construction industry should consider pragmatic and decisive action to lower its carbon footprint, states Aggreko.
Aggreko has demonstrated its commitment to lowering overall emissions, with the help of global engineering and environmental consultancy Ricardo.
Data centre operators must prepare their facilities for the summer by implementing the correct level of temperature control and power generation equipment, say Aggreko.
Aggreko is remaining fully operational across the UK and Northern Europe.
Maintenance and supply are preventing an increased uptake of alternative fuels, despite industry appearing to fully embrace environmental targets according to a new report from Aggreko.
As the UK experiences torrential rain and storm-level events, contractors need to consider the long-term damage ‘invisible water’ can have on their flood-hit construction sites, say Aggreko.