Google uses sea water to cool Finland data centre

Business Green: Google's new data centre in Hamina, Finland, will be cooled exclusively with sea water, a side benefit from the location and previous use of the facility. The data centre is situated in a former paper mill built in the 1950s by the Gulf of Finland. "Our team was really anxious to utilize the opportunities of it being right near the gulf to come up with an innovative and very efficient cooling system," Joe Kava, Google's senior director of datacenter construction and operations, said in a video......

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