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Combined Heat and Computing: The Big Green Story for 2012?

Rick Nicholson, the resident smart-grid wonk at IDC Energy Insights, recently coined the clever phrase “combined heat and computing” to describe a concept that surfaced a few weeks ago in a story in The New York Times about the possibility of using data servers to heat homes. In a commentary about the Times story, Nicholson [...]
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