[Beowulf] Google greywater cooling
eagles051387 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 22 12:16:41 EDT 2012
When i was looking to colocate a server for my business there thats what
i was told.
The problem with where I am is that we rely on imported oil which is
used to generate electricity. So basically it depends on the price of
oil which causes electrical prices to fluctuate greatly here. I have an
idea which i need to draft up a business proposal for vodafone malta to
see if they can see if its feasible to go completely green, and if so
that would be a project that I would head up and move forward with.
On 22/03/2012 17:03, Brian D. Ropers-Huilman wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 10:19, Jonathan Aquilina<eagles051387 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Those are some interesting thoughts, I live on the island of Malta,
>> where electrical prices are expensive. The Dc i used to work at charged
>> 58 euros per kwh of electricity used if you colocate.
> I'm sorry, but ... are your numbers right? €58 per kw/hr? At today's
> conversion rate of $1.3167 == €1, that's ~$76.37 per kw/hr. I pay
> ~$0.11 per kw/hr residential here in the States (after various fees
> are thrown in, too). I see a "reality check" error in your ~700x cost
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