We examine WUE trends in the data center industry
According to the US Department of Energy, the average data center can consume around 3-5 million gallons of water per day; the same as around 30,000-50,000 people. As the world reels from another year of record temperatures, droughts and forest fires, it is imperative that data centers rethink their approach to water management to conserve this resource.
This new broadcast series, taking place on World Water Day, brings together industry leaders to discuss how best to manage their water consumption in order to reduce the environmental - and social - burden of their facilities. Critically this series will compare the water requirements of different technologies, and shed light on how data centers can be adapted to improve an operations WUE.
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Panel: The war on water - Can data centers really consume water sustainably?
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