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Submission + - Cow dung investigated by HP as data centre power source (

Qedward writes: HP Labs has conducted research into how the methane captured from cow manure could be used to generate electricity and power data centres.

Bruno Zago, environmental manager for HP EMEA, released details of the report at a HP Sustainability conference in Milan this week.

"Cows produce about 20 tonnes of manure per annum, which produces a substantial amount of methane. This is a gas we can actually use to power a generator to make electricity," said Zago...

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