Jakob Jul Jensen head of business development, data center vertical at Danfoss, explains that we should use the excess heat generated by data centers to make waste heat reuse economically advantageous for all involved.
Dirk K. Martin, chief executive and founder of Serviceware SE, discusses how IT cost tracking can help businesses reduce their carbon footprint, meet sustainability targets, and control costs.
Venessa Moffat, general manager, data centers of sustainability AI business QiO, analyses three key challenges that data centers are facing in cutting their footprint, suggesting potential solutions to overcome them.
New research carried out by climate and carbon reduction consultancy EcoAct warns that carbon price costs could account for 10% of the revenue of carbon-intensive sectors by 2030. To address these growing risks, EcoAct has announced the launch of its new Carbon and Energy Pricing Tool.
The global appetite for data is leading to an increase in power for computing. Neo4j’s Jim Webber explains why cloud has solved many problems, but created new ones.
Technology services company DXC Technology (NYSE:DXC) has identified five software applications that will accelerate the sustainable transition in the next five years.
Energy efficiency in the data centre is increasingly seen as 'a thing' but the more prosaic truth is that actual change has yet to spread at scale, writes Morten Mjels at ASUS.
The European Commission, Parliament and Council have reached a provisional agreement on the proposed reformation of the EU Energy Efficiency Directive.
The use of excess heat could save the EU up to nearly €70 billion a year and cut energy use by 30 million barrels of oil and 650 billion cubic metres of natural gas.
Paul Steen has a clear vision for the decarbonising of Scotland’s cities. “District heating is the obvious choice: it requires no major technological leaps or innovations, just ambition, scale and collaboration,” he says.