The partnership between Hydroleap and IX Technology (IXT) is a significant step toward sustainable water management in the data center industry. The collaboration focuses on implementing Hydroleap’s Electro-Oxidation Technology (HL-EO) to transform water management in cooling towers, aiming to reduce water consumption, lower chemical use, decrease the carbon footprint, and enhance regulatory compliance for data centers.

Data centers play a crucial role in supporting the digital infrastructure, but their intensive water consumption and environmental impact have raised concerns. Singapore, being a prominent market for data center facilities, faces challenges due to its high industrial water usage, with data centers expected to contribute significantly by 2060.

The partnership addresses these challenges by promoting eco-friendly practices and sustainability in the data center industry.

Hydroleap’s patented Electro-Oxidation Technology has been successfully utilized by major data center companies and CapitaLand. The technology is now being promoted by IXT to more data center and semiconductor companies in Singapore, Malaysia, and Vietnam.

The innovative electrochemical solutions offered by Hydroleap can significantly reduce pollutants in industrial wastewater and decrease water discharges in cooling towers, contributing to a more sustainable approach.

The collaboration aims to set a new standard for water treatment and carbon reduction in data centers. The Founder and CEO of Hydroleap, Dr. Mohammad Sherafatmand, expressed enthusiasm about joining forces with IXT to support data center companies in adopting sustainable electrochemical solutions for efficient cooling with lower water consumption.

Steven Lee, Founder and Managing Director of IXT, highlighted the partnership as a significant milestone toward building more sustainable data center facilities.

Considering the increasing demand for data center services and the associated energy and water consumption, the partnership’s efforts align with the growing need for eco-friendly practices in the industry.

As generative AI adoption increases, the overall water usage in such technologies is expected to rise, making sustainable water management practices even more critical.


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