Stellium have been delivering 100% renewable electrical energy as standard to our clients for a number of years. Our current energy supply agreements are accredited by OFGEM under the Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGO) scheme for delivery of renewable energy. We continue to work with our energy supply chain to develop a wide range of renewable energy products and dedicated source traceability combined with efficiency and best value for money.
Data Centre energy supply facts:
- Stellium have been successful in joining the UK Gov. CCA tariff relief scheme. This involves commitment to the direct reduction of energy within agreed timescales. This is independently audited for validation.
- Stellium have developed (with a service partner) a scheme to go-off national grid power during defined periods of grid peak loads. This is a scalable solution which will grow with the load development of the DC. This will provide substantial support to the grid, create tangible tariff relief and contribute considerably to our ISO 14001 Environmental Management scope 1.
- Stellium DC Campus supplied directly via dual diverse service from 275kV National Grid.
- Onshore substation for the Blyth Offshore Demonstrator Wind Farm (currently operational with 5 turbines generating over 40MW capacity with potential to expand
- North Sea Link Project – UK / Norway interconnector – 1400MW Hydro Power
- SSE Renewables and Equinor are currently constructing the world’s biggest offshore wind project’ Dogger Bank, which comprises of three 1.2GW sites. The Port of Tyne in Newcastle is to become the onshore base for the wind farm, which is expected to provide renewable electricity for more than 4.5 million UK homes and businesses when it is fully operational.
Data Centre Rooftop Solar System:
Stellium have developed (with a service partner) a scheme to go-off national grid power during defined periods of grid peak loads. This is a scalable solution which will grow with the load development of the data centre. This will provide substantial support to the grid, create tangible tariff relief and contribute considerably to our ISO 14001 Environmental Management scope 1. This system involves the installation of a 400kWp rooftop solar system and a 2MW/2.3MWh battery energy storage system. These systems will work together to reduce carbon emissions on the site and to moderate incoming power to reduce the high grid carbon intensity periods of consumption and shift them to low grid carbon intensity periods utilising sophisticated charge and discharge protocols. The systems will reduce costs by shifting power use to low market price periods as well as participating in ancillary services with the grid.