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1.Centres of opportunity

The large-scale movement towards digital information has fuelled the growth of data centres in India, which in turn has opened new opportunities for the construction industry. Data centres can be over 40 times as energy-intensive as conventional office buildings


2.Largest data centre coming up in Navi Mumbai

Reliance Communications is in the midst of constructing a 4.50-lakh sq ft data centre at its headquarters in Navi Mumbai. The facility International Data Centre 5 (IDC-5) will be housed at the Dhirubhai Ambani Knowledge City in Navi Mumbai and will be the largest facility in the country increasing the company's total space to 11 lakh sq ft.


3.Infra Cos plan campuses and data centres

Eager to capitalise on the upswing of the IT sector, construction companies are keen to win orders to build campuses for expansion of IT firms and data centres for MNCs.


4.Data Centre Dynamics

In line with global trends, the Indian data centre (DC) market is growing rapidly, propelled by the growth of e-commerce, telecommunications, Internet usage and the demand for cloud computing.


5.Green buildings become economically viable

The Green Business Certification Inc (GBCI), the certifying body for all projects participating in the LEED green building rating system, released its 2016 LEED in Motion: India report, a comprehensive report of the LEED activity in India, which found strong financial savings on energy for a number of sector-diverse, LEED Platinum and Gold certified buildings across the country.


6.LEED Buildings flourishing in India

Green Business Certification Inc released its 2016 LEED in Motion: India report, a comprehensive report of LEED activity in India, indicating strong financial savings on energy for a number of LEED Platinum and Gold certified buildings across the country.


7.Clean Power – the need for Data Centres and Advanced Installations

Data centres and network rooms draw a total electrical power, which is the sum of the power consumed by the installed Information Technology equipment. Historically, this equipment consumed power at a value that varied only slightly depending on the computational load or the mode of operation.


8.Sterling and Wilson integrates its MEP business, targets close to Rs 3,000 crore by 2020

In the last few years, India has seen a rising demand for infrastructural development, in particular, owing to the increasing urban population of the country.


9.Keep Powering On

After investing in a generator set, the one thing no one wants is to find that it won't start just when it's needed. Maintenance from your FG Wilson dealer will go a long way to ensure your generator set is ready when you need it. And there are several things you can do to help too.


10.Mumbai leads with maximum number of data centre operators in India

CBRE South Asia has announced the findings of its market viewpoint titled, ‘India Viewpoint: Is India the next frontier for the Data Centre Industry’. According to the CBRE report, Mumbai with 35 data centres operators has become the leading location for growth of data centres business in India.


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