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Creating data centers of the future in Singapore

Yee May Leong

(A version of this post was originally published in GovInsider.) Using a front-loading washing machine can save the equivalent of 50 bathtubs of water, compared to a top-loaded machine. Clothes pass through water at the bottom of the drum, making it water efficient, explained The New York Times. Simple changes in a product’s design can make big differences to their environmental impact. This same concept could drastically reduce the environmental impact of data centers. Singapore put a pause on the building of new data centers in 2019, as they were deemed not sustainable enough, reported CNA.

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Posted by Yee May Leong on Feb 10, 2022

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