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Mark Rutte raises a glass to the renewed collaboration between Nerdalize and Eneco

Speech by CEO Boaz Leupe

Following a successful pilot, Nerdalize and sustainable energy company Eneco are expanding their collaboration to build a cloud that provides sustainable residual heat to Dutch homes. This was announced by Boaz Leupe, CEO of Nerdalize, and Elmer de Boer, Manager Ideation at Eneco, in the presence of prime minister Mark Rutte during his visit to start-up incubator and home of Nerdalize YES!Delft.

The cloud exists in expensive datacenters that hog energy. Nerdalize has developed a product that allows the residual heat of a cloud server to directly contribute to the heating system of a home at no cost, allowing both homeowners and professional cloud users to save money and energy. Nerdalize cloud users may easily save 50% on their cloud costs as they no longer pay for a cooled and expensive datacenter.

Raising a glass Speech by prime minister Mark Rutte

Through the collaboration between Eneco and Nerdalize, we can together offer companies a sustainable and affordable alternative to traditional cloud providers and simultaneously provide residual heat to homes. At Nerdalize we are therefore very excited about expanding the collaboration. Eneco, as a large and sustainable energy company, has a shared vision, large customer base and the efficiencies of scale to make our dream reality; making Nerdalize the greenest and one of the biggest cloud providers by providing hundreds of thousands of homes with sustainable server-heat. Nerdalize and Eneco will soon announce more information about this fantastic, next step.