Zhenjiang Energy Deqing Data Center to pwer China Unicom’s data center

It is estimated  to generate 225 million kilowatt per hour of electricity.

The Zhenjiang Energy Deqing Data Center CCHP Project will power China Unicom’s Deqing Cloud Data Center.

It adopts natural gas CCHP technology to supply energy to the data center, which pioneers the use of distributed natural gas energy in large data centers of Chinese telecom operators, and is also a typical distributed natural gas energy project with the largest installed capacity in the Chinese data center industry.

The core generating facilities of the project are 7 units of MWM TCG 2032 V16 natural gas gensets.The total output of the project is: Electricity: 2.99x104kW; Refrigeration: 7.35x104kW.

The project is designed with the principle of "determining power generation capacity based on cold demand". MWM nature gas gensets are operating with an on-grid parallel model. The high temperature exhaust gas and jacket water from gas gensets enter into the absorption chillers to produce the cooling water. Meanwhile, a cooling water storage tank operates online in real time as the redundant configuration of the cooling water system. The whole energy system can fulfill the highly reliable and continuous power and cooling demands of the data center. 

When operating at full capacity, this project will generate 225 million kWh of electricity and provide 228 million kWh of cooling capacity annually with a remarkable amount of energy saving and greatly emissions reduction, which is an important demonstration of a clean, low-carbon, safe and high-efficient smart energy system.

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