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In cycling, sweet spot training involves placing the body under sustained stress, but not so much stress that it cannot be held for a long duration. It can be defined in relation to a percentage of the cyclist’s functional threshold power and aims to increase the cyclist’s fitness, while getting the most out of their time. Here, Victor Seropian, Power Systems Sales Manager for Power Generation Enterprises, Inc. (PGE) power systems, explains how generators, like cyclists, have a sweet spot that can mean operators get the best out of their investment.
Generator sets are designed to run with load — loading them properly is essential to availability, reliable operation and optimal engine life. The ideal amount of load a genset should be run with will depend both on the application the generator is being used in, and its
California utilities face resistance to deploying natural-gas generators. But the alternative may be dirtier diesel.
Data Center Market in US – Segmentation
- The procurement of ODM servers by hyperscale operators, cloud builders, and other enterprises has offered a significant boost to the server market. Server systems based on x86 architecture dominate the US data center market. Most modern operators are adopting servers that suit their workload requirements.
- PDUs supporting up to 20 kW will increase with the use of high-performance computing infrastructure in the US. Diesel generators are more likely to be adopted than any other generators such as biofuel or natural gas. Most facilities are installed with >2 MW capacity per unit.
The new math of the corporate giant world favors on-site power.
These things vary according to stock exchange fluctuations, but any list of the biggest invariably includes Apple, Google (known as Alphabet on the market), Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon.
What does each of these have in common?: 1) None existed 50 years ago; and 2) they all employ massive data centers which require GWs of energy and must keep running at all times under all conditions.
Google, Apple and the rest all garner headlines with stories about renewable energy virtual power purchase deals involving billions of dollars in financial off-sets to energy use. VPPs are indirect ways of financing more renewable energy on the grid, whether those clean electrons get to the specific data center or not.
But what each of those data centers also have in common are on-site gen-sets which ensure operation under adverse conditions. U.S. data centers alone use more than 90 billion kWh of electricity, according to Forbes, and that power is crucial to the everyday cyber workings of corporate America and the world.
In this era of coronavirus and (hopefully short term) travel bans, data transfer and communication will become more important than ever.
Research firm Technavio delivered a report this week predicting the global generator market for data centers will grow by $2.6 billion through 2024. Last year, Google announced plans to invest about $1.3 billion to build data centers across the U.S.
This is potentially good news for on-site power gen-set manufacturers such as Cummins and Caterpillar. And many on-site power companies are also integrated into plans for microgrids as mission critical services seek energy resiliency in the face of climate change impacts and grid challenges.
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The global mobile power generation equipment rentals market is poised to grow by USD 1.50 billion during 2020-2024, progressing at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of about 6% during the forecast period. During the forecast period, the market will show an accelerating growth of $1.50 billion. The market is driven by the increasing infrastructural activities. In addition, the rising demand from the mining and oil and gas industry is anticipated to boost the growth of the mobile power generation equipment rentals market.
The increasing number of new projects from government and non-government sectors related to development, engineering, maintenance, and management is leading to an increase in infrastr