The new series on energy system integration for data centers

What part will data center operators play in the new energy ecosystem?


With the data center’s use of energy rising exponentially and becoming increasingly reliant on the aged infrastructure propping up the power grid, the shift of the data center from energy consumer to prosumer is now all the more crucial. So how can the data center live independently of the grid?

New for 2021, DCD>Grid Scale will focus on the interconnection point between the data center and the grid. Expert-led episodes will examine large-scale engineering projects and all the technologies and decisions involved in aiding the grid of the future to deliver cheap, clean and continuous power: from large-scale fuel cells and gas generation, to virtual power plants to microgrids and hydrogen.

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  • Learn21 (Grey).png Learn from industry experts across 14 episodes, available to stream live or on-demand
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  • "Incentives from the federal government and funding at state level are driving investment in renewable infrastructure. I see a significant uptake taking place in the next ten years as we adjust to climate change."

    Principal, Consulting Engineering Firm
  • "[We need to move away from viewing] the stranded asset as just an insurance policy and utilize technology to create monetary value streams for the end user and the utility."

    Director - Strategic Initiatives, Multinational Technology Vendor
  • "[Incidents like Texas occur] when there's no regulations, there's no oversight in an effective governing body...they lost 30 GWs of power from natural gas generators that went offline because they didn't winterize the gas lines."

    Product Owner, Battery Storage Company

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