Data Centres

Strategic Investors For Sterling & Wilson Data Centre Business, Unit To Be Hived Off

Sterling and Wilson Private Limited (Sterling and Wilson/ SWPL), a Shapoorji Pallonji Group Company, and one of India’s leading engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) companies, announced that it has signed definitive agreements with a group of strategic investors to carve out its Data Centre business into a new entity. A frontrunner amongst its peers, Sterling […]

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Finolex Cables Invests INR 100 Cr in Solar Cable Manufacture Business

Finolex Cables, a flagship firm of Finolex Group, which has set foot into the solar cable business, is set to see major expansion in manufacturing of solar cables to keep pace with the rise in demand. The firm has purchased special radiation technology to established a manufacturing facility in the city of Pune to make […]

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BP To Invest Upto £50 Million In Electric Vehicle R&D Centre In UK

British Petroleum or ‘bp’ has announced plans to invest up to £50 million in a new electric vehicle battery testing centre and analytical laboratory in the UK. The company had already revealed its intention to invest up to £18 billion in the UK’s energy system by the end of 2030. Expected to open by the […]

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Sify to power its data centre business with wind and solar energy

Sify Technologies Ltd, an information and communications technology company, has signed a new deal with Singapore-based Vibrant Energy Holdings to procure 231 MW of electricity from solar and wind farms to supply the power needs of its hyper-scale data centres. It was announced by the two companies that the Indian firm inked power purchase agreements […]

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Kotak Mahindra Arm to invest ₹1000cr in Sify’s Data Center biz, RE Assets

A distressed assets focused fund promoted by a Kotak Mahindra Bank arm on Monday announced a Rs 1,000-crore investment in the data centre business of Sify Technologies. The investment in Sify Infinit Spaces will help the company invest up to Rs 4,000 crore in building data centres in Mumbai, Noida, Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad and […]

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Renewables to Provide 21% Electricity for Energy Hungry Data Centres: Survey

A new survey has projected then that around 21% of the power required to run data centres would come from renewables by 2025. A new survey has revealed that corporates aren’t as bullish on the prospects for renewables like solar and wind power in powering data centres as they were in 2014. They had projected […]

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