November 18 to 19 Open District Heating participated in the annual international computer fair Datacenter Dynamics in London. Interest in Open District Heating was great as usual. As one of the speakers Erik Rylander presents Stockholm as the obvious, the future location of large international data centers.
It is mainly the advantageous location of Stockholm, its solid infrastructure, its unique heating network and strong competitive electricity prices that contribute to make Stockholm the obvious site for international data centers. That is what Erik Rylander from Open District Heating spoke about during his presentation at the fair. At DCD, in which over 100 companies exhibits this year more than 3000 visitors were expected. Visitors whose daily job is to keep the digital world spinning.
Mattias Granslandt attended in a panel discussion on heat recovery together with representatives of, among others Banhof, Cloud and Heat Technologies and Project Exergy. Mattias and the panel discussion about Open District Heating, among other tings also received substantial attention.