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Work due to start on heating scheme from data centre waste

Construction will begin early in the new year on the first district heating scheme in Ireland to use waste heat from a data centre

Daniel Murray

Business Reporter

@danieltmurray
10th November, 2019
Amazon data centre in Tallaght Pic: RollingNews.ie

Construction will begin early in the new year on the first district heating scheme in Ireland to use waste heat from a data centre, a geoscience conference heard last week.

The Tallaght District Heating Scheme will take heat from an Amazon data centre, store the heat in highly insulated water pipes, increase its temperature through a large pump, and deliver heating and hot water to a number of public buildings, businesses and homes in the...

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