Cloud technologies, Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things are making data volumes grow rapidly. Data centres create the prerequisite for a modern, agile and scalable IT infrastructure of this digital age.

"By implementing efficiency measures on the infrastructure or IT side, companies can reduce not only energy costs, but also licensing, real estate or investment costs."
Prof. Adrian Altenburger
"By implementing efficiency measures on the infrastructure or IT side, companies can reduce not only energy costs, but also licensing, real estate or investment costs."
Prof. Adrian Altenburger

Due to their large energy requirements, data centres offer enormous potential for savings.

Data centres are already important infrastructures for the economy. Given the growth forecast for the next 5 years, their electricity needs will double and require new power capacities on the scale of a nuclear power plant. At the same time, the energy efficiency potential is approx. 45% and can be safeguarded in particular by means of intelligent solutions for technical building systems.

As an overall planner, Willers can carry out the best possible site evaluations for new data centres in terms of energy in the early strategic phase. Security of supply is just as important as natural heat sinks, waste heat utilisation for neighbouring buildings or municipal thermal networks, adequate system temperatures according to ASHRAE (US standard of leading ICT companies) and flexible expansion options.

With a consistent thermodynamic approach, there is no need for chillers in Switzerland, regardless of the location, which allows both investments and operating costs to be massively reduced - win-win engineering.
Building Technology
General Planning
Energy Efficiency

Philippe Brügger

Data Center Leader

Philippe Brügger

Data Center Leader
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