Panel: Can Southeast Asia's data center sector be climate friendly?
Singapore is set to house a projected 5.5 million sq.ft of white space by 2023 and has targeted a 36% reduction in carbon intensity by 2030, setting the challenge to continue industry growth whilst meeting energy sustainability goals. For data center operators to contribute to decarbonization there is a need to move away from ‘green-washing’ and ‘green-hushing’ and towards a clear strategy of adapting to the market demand for a sustainable data center.
This panel will explore what the real environmental effect of building a new data center is. Our panellists will debate if, and how the industry can decarbonize digital infrastructure in time to achieve sustainability goals.
This session took place on September 15, 2020
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