Join Danfoss at Data Centre World London 8-9 March 2023

Tuesday, 31 January 2023

Power your green data journey with Danfoss at Data Centre World London 8th & 9th March 2023

Join Danfoss at the UK’s leading data centre event 

Data centres are increasing in size and complexity, but this growth is met by challenges and opportunities. With the increasing power input and confined spaces heat increases which means the choice of cooling and the potential of heat recovery becomes ever greater.  

The opportunity to achieve net zero emissions in data centres and even contribute positively to the circular economy is also there. To achieve this, a smart combination of technologies is required. 

Here at Danfoss, we offer a broad range of solutions to help data centres achieve their sustainability goals by improving the power usage effectiveness (PUE) and increasing their energy reuse factor — while supporting reliably high uptime. Danfoss offerings include solutions for cooling, fire safety, power distribution, energy storage, and heat recovery. 

We provide unmatched expertise, experience, and the broadest industry product portfolio. Partner with us and together we can design and create tailored solutions to future-proof data centres. 

Come join us at Data Centre World London, at Excel on 8-9 March! You can find us on stand D630 where our industry experts can show you how we can help power your green data journey. Click the link below to register today.  

Can't make it to London?

Visit our Data Centre page where you will find out about all our products and solutions to help future-proof data centres and power your green data journey.

The world's largest untapped energy source - Excess heat

The latest whitepaper from Danfoss has now been published, and this time we examine the issues and opportunities that lie with the world's largest untapped energy source - Excess heat.

At Danfoss we have a multitude of applications that increase heat re-use and enable high levels of sustainability.  This proves particularly effective when applied in data centres which have a huge amount of potential heat to re-use.

To discover a world of possibilities from using excess heat, click the link below to download the whitepaper