Fundamental Measures of Data Center Sustainability eBook

In the evolving landscape of data center management, an increasing emphasis is placed on sustainability and compliance with government regulations. As digital transformation accelerates, it fuels a growing demand for data centers, culminating in heightened energy consumption, carbon emissions, and water usage. However, in the face of these challenges, various government directives around the world, such as the EU Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), California's Climate Corporate Data Accountability and Financial Risk Acts in the USA, Singapore's Data Centre Energy Efficiency Scheme (DCS), Australia's National Built Environment Rating System (NABERS), and United States SEC’s Enhancement and Standardization of Climate-Related Disclosures, have come to the forefront as vital regulatory frameworks designed to manage these environmental impacts.

Adhering to these regulations is more than a compliance issue—it presents an opportunity to drive data center sustainability to new heights. This eBook provides a comprehensive overview of these crucial measures from various regulatory bodies, aiming to equip the reader with a robust understanding of data center sustainability within these international directives. The insights provided herein will not only help optimize performance but also aid in reducing environmental impact in a compliant and effective manner.

This e-book is for informational purposes only. Please consult your legal and other professional advisors.

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