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Organize overhead cables for better cooling

Remember the Where's Waldo? books? Here, a well-concealed worker connects power cables from cable trays running along the top of the facility into the power monitors and substations. Using open overhead cable organization instead of power conduits will allow the power cables to vent heat as well.

As much as 78% of the MGHPCC's power will be renewable and will come from hydroelectric and solar power generated by Holyoke Gas & Electric.

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