As data centers worldwide consume an estimated 70 billion kWh per year, an innovative energy-saving solution is needed. Enter portfolio company LiquidCool Solutions. Recent testing confirmed the company’s liquid-submerged server (LSS) technology not only maintains target temperatures under heavy computational load, but that the hot liquid could be used to heat buildings more efficiently than…
If your laptop has ever become uncomfortably hot, you’ve had a taste of what data centers worldwide are up against: Server components approaching 100 degrees Celsius (212° F), with hundreds to thousands of servers per center. With data centers on average consuming an estimated 70 billion kWh1 per year, a disruptive energy-saving solution is needed, and a liquid submerged server (LSS) technology from LiquidCool Solutions (LiquidCool) might be the answer…
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Thomson Reuters: Thomson Reuters examines the IN2 program, its history, Wells Fargo’s role in the program, NREL’s involvement, how innovations are tested and what the future holds for our program.
Go Electric delivers turnkey, distributed energy storage solutions that provide energy security and energy efficiency to facilities and the grid.
Heliotrope Technologies is developing the next generation of nanocrystal technology smart glass that tints on demand.
NETenergy has created a thermal battery using its Black Ice technology, that works much like an electrical battery, except it stores thermal energy.
Polyceed is developing low-cost plug-and-play smart windows for energy efficient buildings, homes, and smart cities.
ThermoLift’s TCHP™ natural gas-powered air conditioner and cold-climate heat pump combines heating, cooling, and hot water delivery into a single appliance utilizing a proven thermodynamic cycle to improve system efficiency.
The IN2 Program Management Team recently released a White Paper on the IN2 Summit findings. The rich dialogue that resulted from the IN2 Summit revealed that the food, energy, water nexus provides tremendous opportunities and potential for impact for the IN2 program expansion. As such, we’ll be continuing to engage key stakeholders and subject matter experts to further investigate how the IN2 model can best be leveraged in this technology vertical.