The Moses Lake Data Centers Project is a smart grid project located in Moses Lake, Washington, US.
The Moses Lake Data Centers Project was completed using smart grid as the technology category. It is an advanced grid infrastructure project with a rated capacity of 80MW. It is implemented in the data centre.
The Moses Lake Data Centers Project has the following equipment associated with it:
- – Data Center
– It is one of the first purpose-built hardened data centers ever built.
– It housed an IBM S.A.G.E. computer system used to monitor and coordinate US air defense in the early years of the Cold War.
– Recently, it has undergone a complete refit to build out a fully modern and highly resilient data center.
– Power is delivered from an adjacent power sub-station with a potential of 80 MW of available utility power.
– Hardened purpose-built data center with N and N+1 resiliency options, access to 80 MW of utility power
– Low-cost, green power provided by hydro-electric stations on near-by Columbia River.
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