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Off Grid Solar plants for data centers

Data Centers energy consumption makes a strong case for solar


Off Grid Solar Plants for Data Centers installations are now under the most searched way to power big energy consuming companies, and it is estimated that by 2030, data center demand will increase up to 10 times its current levels, equaling 13 percent of global electricity consumption.

Our job, based in the Integration Coefficient IC, is to promote to many companies that generate huge amounts of electricity, like data centers, the possibility to switch to Solar Off Grid renewable energy with maximum benefits/costs ratio.


Most of the scientists agree that if greenhouse gas emissions continue at the current rate, the atmosphere will warm up by as much as 2.7 degrees above pre-industrial levels by 2040.


The disadvantages of non-renewable resources are that they release many pollutants, greenhouse gases and other harmful by-products when they are used.  The mining of fossil fuels can cause irreparable damage to the environment.  These resources will eventually run out, and they cannot be made in a human time frame.  The use of nuclear power plants are also harmful to the environment because they release toxic waste, which can sometimes be disposed off inappropriately.  The consequences of a nuclear reactor meltdown can be very devastating to the surrounding environment. 

The benefits of renewable energy sources are that they do not release any harmful emissions that contribute to global warming, they offer opportunities for new jobs, and there is an endless supply. Solar is a perfect example of sources that will never end.
























Why Solar Off Grid is becoming so popular as now being considered as the first option for Data Centers?

Very simple: Solar power electricity generation pricing is the cheapest electricity you can get every single day in many places across the world. Much of that price drop is driven by more efficient solar modules, cheaper and smarter inverters, batteries improved technology and life, as well as increased levels of productivity together to improving the efficiency of the supply chain.

From toxic to green
LIFEPO4 batteries for solar systems
















At 2021, Google has data centers in 21 states. Facebook has nearly 15 million square feet of data center space completed or under construction, with several million more feet in the planning stages. Uber provides 15 million trips a day in 600 cities in 78 countries around the world, making the company a major user of data center infrastructure.

Electricity is the fuel that runs these data centers. Power use at data centers in the United States, as example, has grown at about a 4 percent rate annually since 2010 and is expected to hit 73 billion kilowatt hours this year 2020, more than 1.8 percent of the country’s total electricity use, according to the Energy Department’s US Data Center Energy Usage Report. These centers contribute about 2 percent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions.

























Our organization, as having a lot of experience in Solar Plants, is able to provide all guidance and EPC’s services worldwide to built Solar Off Grid Plants for Data Centers. 

Data Centers increasing worldwide
Typical data center equipment
Lowering CO2 emissions
Using 3-phase hybrid inverters for data centers

Just as a kind reminder, our job is to promote to many companies that generate huge amounts of electricity, like data centers, the possibility to switch to solar renewable energy with maximum benefits/costs ratio. Let us to explain how...














We are giving customers the advantage of currently lower prices, with solar panel installation costs dropping by more than 70 percent over the last eight years. Additional major factors are breakthroughs in the efficiency of solar panels, higher reliability of the DC-AC Solar Inverters, better energy storage technologies (LIFEPO4) with longer life span and stronger awareness of traditional energy’s environmental impact as well as the efficiency increase of the supply chain.




















































There’s no doubt that the installation of solar panels is a major project. That’s why many companies retain a solar energy consultant to help save on solar equipment prices and maximize the incentives. They take on the heavy lifting of getting through the transition to solar energy, including the initial site visit, financing and all phases of installation.

One thing we can count on is that the sun will continue to shine. Once you install a commercial solar Off Grid system, it will keep producing power, dramatically reducing or even eliminating energy bills and working towards reducing carbon emissions.

Technology improvement
Solar panels price down and efficiency up
Solar investment ROI
Peace of mind operations with solar
Building value increasing when going solar

Renewable energy costs are stable because there is virtually no recurring cost. Solar can save companies hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of dollars and has a return on investment of just 3-5 years. Many states in many countries offer solar rebate programs.  Data center owners are also eligible for Federal income tax credits, and accelerated (year 1) system depreciation. When added up, these incentives can be used to cover 45%-80% of the overall cost.

Data centers meet the key criteria for solar. Many data centers operate 24/7, leading to high energy bills. They also usually take up a large footprint, which means plenty of roof space for solar panel installation. Solar panels won’t disrupt the operation of the facility, since panels are installed in under-utilized space, whether that’s on the roof of the property, or other open space such as a parking lot or field. Also, LIFEPO4 battery banks will provide enough backup time during no sun periods.

Commercial solar panel installation proves to tenants that you’re investing in the future of the property and care about the environment. By adding a solar system to the building, data centers are more likely to produce higher rents and/or lower vacancy. Commercial solar systems increase the value of the building and cuts down operating costs.

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