Thames Water considers usage restrictions for datacentres

But identifying them in the first place proves difficult

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Thames Water serves 15 million people across southern England
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Thames Water serves 15 million people across southern England

Thames Water, the UK's largest water utility, is considering various measures to control London-based datacentres' water consumption as water demand soars. Measures could involve installing flow...

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