TerraScale, a clean infrastructure design and development firm committed to transforming and modernizing digital infrastructure, signed an agreement with Ambri to deploy its proprietary liquid metal battery technology.
To meet sustainable data center demands
According to the announcement, TerraScale and its data center development partners will integrate an Ambri energy storage system for its Energos Reno project. The project covers the development of a data center that will capitalize on the site’s renewable energy infrastructure. While sustainable data center demands continue to rise, TerraScale’s Energos Reno Project aims to deploy green data center technologies that are based on proprietary, high-performance energy production and data computing processes.
Danny Hayes, Chief Executive Officer, TerraScale, said,
“Our data center technology partners are looking forward to deploying Ambri’s technology to enable high-volume, reliable, and resilient energy storage with potentially the lowest levelized cost of storage in the industry. TerraScale is very excited to deploy Ambri’s technology into our Energos Reno project.”
Energos Reno is a 3,700-acre mixed-use development near Reno. TerraScale intends to develop a data center with 500MW of renewable power on-site generation within ten years to power an inside-the-fence microgrid. The collaboration includes the delivery of 250 MWh of Ambri systems to TerraScale’s first project in Reno, Nevada starting in 2021.
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