John BoothManaging Director, Carbon3IT
John Booth is a well-known figure in EU data centre circles, primarily for his role as reviewer for the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centres (Energy Efficiency) (EUCOC) programme and his work with the Certified Energy Efficiency Data Centre Award (CEEDA) which assesses data centres to a subset of the EUCOC best practices.
He is also the chair of the Data Centre Alliance’s Energy Efficiency & Sustainability steering group, shaping the DCA’s policy on these topics as well as providing support to the DCA in other steering groups and the Alliance’s wider activities.
He is the V Chair of the BCS Green IT and the Treasurer of the Data Centre specialist groups.
He also represents the BCS/DCA/Carbon3IT Ltd on the TCT7/3 committee that works upon the EN50600 Data Centres Design and Build Standards and KPI’s (PUE ETC)
He runs his own Green IT consultancy, Carbon3IT Ltd, providing support to organisations that are preparing to adopt various data centre standards including the more general standards such as Quality, Environment, Business Continuity, Information Security, and Energy Management. We also provide specialist niche consultancy in the field of Green IT.
Carbon3IT Ltd has recently completed work on the EURECA project, www.dceureca.eu , this EU funded project was rated as “exceptional” by the EC and dealt with the procurement of green data centres and services for the EU public sector.
John is a lead auditor for ISO50001 and is a ESOS registered Assessor.
He is the executive director of Sustainability for London (SFL), a not for profit organisation that assists organisations in London to meet their ICT sustainability goals.