Experts in Building Environments™
The Verne Global Data Center in Keflavik, Iceland, was designed to be the world’s first carbon-neutral data center.
The Data Center team needed a free cooling solution that could take advantage of the renewable power resources available in Iceland — hydroelectricity from glacial rivers and geothermal steam — as well the island’s moderate temperatures and dew points.
Eaton-Williams, a Nortek Global HVAC brand, designed and commissioned a unique fresh air free cooling system to provide year-round precision control with no mechanical cooling and no chillers based on a joint design created in partnership with Colt.
The N+1 data center achieved an impressive 1.21 PUE.