LET’S TRANSFORM THE ECONOMICS OF ENERGY TOGETHER.

Hosting a Deep Green data centre means dramatic savings in both energy costs and carbon emitted for our host sites.

Data centres are now a key building block of our modern, digital world. As internet usage, AI workloads and cloud storage demands increase, so does our need for fast, reliable and secure data processing.

Conventional data centres produce huge amounts of waste heat and use vast amounts of water for cooling. A study by Imperial College London in 2021 estimated that one medium-sized data centre used as much water as three average-sized hospitals.1

At Deep Green, we do do things differently.

We build data centres at sites where heat can be recaptured and put to good use. In exchange for hosting our data centre, the site enjoys the heat produced, for free.

Small local 25m swimming pool hosting a 200 kW Deep Green unit

0.5 GWh

Free energy per year

£80k

Annual savings

125 tCO2e

Annual carbon savings

A large regional leisure centre hosting a 800 kW Deep Green unit

2.2 GWh

Free energy per year

£260k

Annual savings

525 tCO2e

Annual carbon savings

A district heating scheme hosting a 3MW district heating system

7.5 GWh

Free energy per year

£975k

Annual savings

2,000 tCO2e

Annual carbon savings

Our ambition is to deploy 300MW of data centre capacity across 1500 sites in the UK, saving £97,500 million in heating bills and 200,000 tCO2 per year for our hosts.