For data center stakeholders, sustainability is central to evolution
March 17, 2021

Data centers of the future will need to meet greater demand, new regulations and ever-changing business needs and technology requirements. Meeting these requirements efficiently, responsibly, and sustainably is no simple task, but it can be achieved with the right mix of expertise and understanding.

PSC, Ramboll, and EYP Mission Critical Facilities have teamed up to offer joint data center support services to help clients with the digital transformation – from site selection, planning, design and commissioning, through construction, operations and decommissioning and repurposing.

Hundreds of data center industry stakeholders have registered and attended the first three sessions of our “Data Centers of the Future” webinar series, which has thus far addressed the concepts of reliability, resilience, and sustainability, grid connection and power supply, and data center design best practices of today and tomorrow. Those who missed the first three sessions can access the recorded material on our joint data center landing page.

In our next session on March 31, Ramboll Senior Managing Consultant Amy Malick will address the data center industry’s progress toward long-term sustainability ambitions, current barriers, and emerging solutions. Register now for Session 4 – Trade-offs & Co-benefits: Balancing Long-Term Sustainability Goals with Time-to-Market Needs.

The webinar series will culminate in an expert panel from PSC, Ramboll and EYP Mission Critical Facilities on April 21. Stay tuned for more details on the fifth and final session of the Data Centers of the Future webinar series.

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