NNIO's Jenbacher engine technology has been selected by Winthrop Technologies to power a 60 megawatt (MW) hyperscale data centtre in Dublin, Ireland. INNIO will deliver 22 containerized Jenbacher engines, which can be converted to operate on hydrogen once the fuel is more readily available. The Jenbacher engines will provide 60 MW of continuous rated power output which are are compliant with EU emission regulations. The power plant will be used for emergency backup power and grid stabilization in times of higher demand and to support renewable power generation. Operating on pipeline gas, the Jenbacher engines emit up to 25% less CO2 and up to 90% less NOx emissions compared to traditionally used diesel generators. The greenfield project is expected to be completed in Q3 2023.
Dr. Olaf Berlien, president and CEO of INNIO comments:
"We are pleased that Winthrop has chosen INNIO’s sustainable and resilient technology. With our Jenbacher Type 6 engines, Winthrop can take advantage of hydrogen power the moment it becomes available as they are built to be upgraded quickly and seamlessly."