Explore North America’s approach to data center sustainability
The U.S. government has an ambitious goal: to reach net-zero emissions by 2050. If the U.S. is to reach this goal with a backdrop of rising public consciousness on climate change and the dangers of an overheating planet in the not too distant future, the energy-intensive data center sector will need to lead the way on efficiency, clean energy and resource stewardship.
In this broadcast we explore North America’s approach to sustainability; the innovation, the investment and the next big set of challenges to overcome. From the likely consequences of the Inflation Reduction Act and GHG scope reporting to scaling renewable use and operating multi-MW facilities in a drought, our experts will debate and dissect how sustainability is unfolding across the region and what is next for the builders of digital infrastructure on the green agenda.
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