Explore practical approaches to data center sustainability
Sustainability is more than just a target for data centers; it is a mission critical activity. In order to secure investment, maximise profits, comply with environmental regulations and ensure their position in a greening economy, data centers have to take practical measures to decarbonise their operations. However, whilst the industry is increasing its efforts, greenwashing and carbon offsetting are still rife, which begs the question ‘how much progress is really being made?’.
This broadcast will provide a series of practical case studies from industry leaders who are paving the way towards a sustainable future. By addressing key topics such as the transition to renewable fuels, heat reuse, energy matching, circularity, equipment repurposing and fuel cell innovation, this series will provide details of the tangible outcomes that are aiding the data center advance their journey to a greener future for digital infrastructure.
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